Best Practices for Effective Blended Learning

November 25, 2014

"Blended learning, when implemented effectively, can transform teaching and result in more engaged learning."

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IndieCade, Part 3: Learning from Virtual Reality

Liz Losh
November 19, 2014

Oculus Rift made headlines this year with a development kit for its affordable virtual reality head-mounted display, which comes equipped with sophisticated software that prevents the “simulator...


Writing in Libraries: Processes and Pathways to Inquiry and Learning

Buffy J. Hamilton
November 16, 2014

Earlier this year, I wrote about the possibilities for libraries that embrace writing as the literacy of the masses and how libraries might function as more powerful sponsors of literacy if they were...


IndieCade, Part 2: Anxieties About GamerGate

Liz Losh
November 12, 2014

The so-called “GamerGate” controversy has become the big story this fall about the independent games movement, which has finally reached the pages of the New York Times. For those new to the...


Student Agency, Voice, and the Maker Movement

November 14, 2014

"Powerful learning occurs when youth, driven by their own interests, are supported in being creators and not just consumers of knowledge."

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The Technophobe’s Dilemma: Nicholas Carr’s ‘The Glass Cage’

John Jones
November 9, 2014

Nicholas Carr is well-known for his work critiquing emerging technologies, particularly his argument that “Google is making us stupid.” In his new book, “The Glass Cage: Automation and Us” (W. W....