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Recently my colleague Mary Labrada and I presented a session on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) at the RU Online Learing Conference. The goal of our presentation was to give the attendees guidance on how they could immediately incorporate UDL strategies in their courses. The easiest way to incorporate UDL best practices is at the […]

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For the last 14 years, the New Media Consortium has issued an annual Horizon Report, detailing six key trends, six significant challenges, and six technologies that it predicts will soon impact colleges and universities. Over the past few years we have witnessed the vast impact that technology has had in Higher Education which is why […]

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It’s often easier than you think to incorporate unique, effective, and interactive online activities into your class.  In the video below, Nat Clymer, a part-time lecturer at the School of Communication & Information, discusses how working with an instructional designer helped him reimagine his Photojournalism course and taught him new ways to use Sakai. For example, by […]

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VoiceThread and Kaltura are two media creation tools that are offered here at Rutgers. Before the introduction of Kaltura last summer, VoiceThread was really the only option for faculty who wanted to include some sort of multimedia in their courses. Now, Kaltura allows for easier media creation and management; yet, there are still use cases […]

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You asked and we delivered!  After last month’s webinar on “The Power of Lessons” I was asked if we could put together a few examples of how the tool could be used to display and organize content. Use our examples as inspiration to make AMAZING Lessons pages for your courses! We included some formats that […]

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