Monthly Archives: February 2011

Media Literacy

What does the skill set of today’s learner look like? Last year, several faculty met to have just that discussion. As a product of their meetings they created the Media Fluency Rubric, outlining four areas critical for development in today’s … Continue reading

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Your Time is Valuable: Learn How to Pick the “Right” Technology (and strategy) to Save Time

(The following are notes from the 2/4/11 CELT Faculty Friday) Does this sound familiar to you? “I’m responding to student email all the time”, “I have 30 papers to correct this weekend and I don’t have time for anything else”, … Continue reading

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Embed A Video in Any Web Page

Most organizations and individuals that produce video appreciate the widest audience for their work. Therefore they often include some code that enables you to embed their video in another web page. Following are directions that will work with any web … Continue reading

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