History. REVEL offers an immersive learning experience that engages students deeply in history, while giving them the flexibility to learn their way.
Instead of just reading about the past, REVEL empowers students to actively participate in the exploration of history. Media interactives integrated directly within the authors’ narrative enable students to delve further into key events without breaking stride. For example, REVEL’s interactive maps highlighting territorial advancement in mid-19th-century America coupled with Thomas Corwin’s 1847 piece Against the Mexican War help students make connections between western advancement and the Mexican War. Copyright & Open Licensing FAQs. Q: I’ve often heard that copyright law has many exceptions when the work is being used “for educational purposes” and have always wondered what that meant.
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If you cannot find the resource you are looking for in this list, check our discontinued series list for distributor contact information. Against All Odds: Inside Statistics Shows students the relevance of statistics in real-world settings. Video series for college and high school classrooms and adult learners. Shows students the relevance of statistics in real-world settings. Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine. Enciclopedias Virtuales. Free Online Course Materials.
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Socinfotech / FrontPage. Saturdays, September 11 - December 18, 2010, 11a-1p, SLT/Pacific Time on Harvard's virtual island in Second Life - Course homepage - World University and School: Questions?
Worlduniversityandschool@gmail.com Instructor: Scott MacLeod (not on Harvard's faculty) = Aphilo Aarde (in Second Life) Welcome to the 'Information Technology and Society' on Harvard's virtual island course web site, a course about how the Network Society has developed, vis-à-vis long-time Berkeley and USC Professor Manuel Castells' research on the Information Technology revolution.
This virtual course is 'placeless.' *Class in Second Life (how to get 'there,' etc.) Getting Started in Second Life - Watch this video tutorial. Create a Second Life avatar. To participate in the open, wiki World Univeristy & School of which this class is the first, join: and Class participants may add to this wiki to shape the course together. Socinfotech / FrontPage. Academics.umw. Advanced Online Assessment Techniques - E-Learning Faculty Modules.
From E-Learning Faculty Modules Module Summary Assessment methods are very domain-field specific and often very particular to various instructors and practitioners in a field.
This module highlights some of the strategies that are commonly used in assessing learners in a measureable way to both inform the teaching and learning and also to evaluate learner performance. Wcet.wiche.edu. OUCH! Security Awareness Newsletter. Forums. Centre for Teaching Excellence. Center for Teaching and Learning UTB/TSC.