Category Archives: Teaching Technology

Keeping Your Students Engaged Online

This blog post is part of a series of blog posts on what instructors need to do at the beginning, during and at the end of the online course. The blog post on starting your online courses was posted September … Continue reading

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Starting Your Online Course

An effective online or hybrid course should incorporate teaching strategies that enhance learner-learner interactions, learner-content interactions, and student-instructor interactions. As you start your online course, you need to establish quick trust and promote social presence. You also want to get acquainted with your student’ … Continue reading

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Web archiving and scraping – tools and tutorials

I was lucky enough to attend Digital Humanities 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland this summer. One of the topics I was most interested in learning about was web archiving and scraping. Being able to automate the gathering of information from the … Continue reading

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Trying new tools!

Inspired by a recent article, “Tales of an Indiscriminate Tool Adopter,” in the Chronicle of Higher Education, I decided to evaluate some of the suggested tools and see how easy they would be to implement. First was RAW, a visualization … Continue reading

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