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Ed tech must reads: column #54

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 27th September Loose Ends: A Mixed-Initiative Creative Interface for Playful Storytelling from MaxKreminski It is probably fair to say that many of the ‘AI in education’ stories […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #53

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 20th September Do zoom meetings really help? A comparative analysis of synchronous and asynchronous online learning during Covid-19 pandemic from Journal of Computer Assisted Learning The author […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #52

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 13th September Scientists Asked Students to Try to Fool Anti-Cheating Software. They Did. From Vice Proctoring software for online exams has undoubtably been the most controversial part […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #51

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 6th September A framework for designing asynchronous learning activities from Alexandra Mihai A tweet last week about students not turning up to a lecture got me thinking […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #50

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 30th August Scanning students’ rooms during remote tests is unconstitutional, judge rules from NPR This story is from the US and so the legal implications in Australia […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #49

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 23rd August Online learning is still challenging for students – they need our support from Times Higher Education One thing I’ve always found strange in discussions of […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #35

First published in Campus Morning Mail 17th May 2022 14 Equity consideration for Ed Tech from Campus Technology The process of introducing a new education technology to an institution can be lengthy, needing to balance […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #34

First published in Campus Morning Mail 10th May 2022 An online engagement framework for Higher Education from Online Learning One of the most commonly expressed concerns about teaching online – particularly from educators more comfortable […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #33

First published in Campus Morning Mail 3rd May 2022 Enabling Online Learning: who are the educators? From The Open University This chapter from The Handbook of Digital Higher Education is of interest for the way […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #32

First published in Campus Morning Mail 26th April 2022 Intel calls its AI that detects student emotions a teaching tool. From Protocol Phrenology was a popular pseudoscience in the 19th Century that posited that we […]

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