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Digital Humanities

A case study: Washington and Lee University

An article on the university’s humanities faculty, library and IT collaboration to create ‘digital humanities’. Published on July 24, 2014 at The Academic Commons.

 
 
 
 
 

Video tutorial from Tzvi Daum helped me to install Moodle 2.7

 
This video from Tzvi Daum on moodle.net has been a great asset to me. I decided to do a manual installation on my hosted server through CPanel. The video which was produced to show installation steps for 2.1 was the perfect tutorial for me for 2.7. Well done Tzvi.

Higher education teaching in virtual worlds

 
Enjoyed this article by Dr Clare Samson, CDE Fellow, University of London.
 
Higher education teaching in virtual worlds
 
 

E-Assessment Workshop

Michael Gwyther of the VET Development Centre shares a fabulous presentation from his e-Assessment workshop.
 

 
 

Things everyone should know about browsers

 
Best book ever on web browsers
 
Google has put together the most amazing eBook.
An easy-to-understand guide to all things current about using the web.

20 things I learned about browsers and the web
 
 
 

Agile approach to learning content creation

 
Chief Learning Officer magazine presents a sound argument for agile development of courses. Instructional design can be more iterative and incorporate feedback from learners at an earlier stage. No need to plan and build *all* modules at once!
 
Are you Truly Agile? by Bob Mosher

What is ‘member worth’ to Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter?

 
Study of market competitiveness of publicly traded companies in the social media space – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Who performed better at their public launch? Who is sustaining performance based on average member value?
See Forbes.com

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