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Voicethread presentations on teaching & learning

Students in my advanced instructional design course (login as guest) created some narrated presentations in VoiceThread at the end of the semester.  They are on topics related to faculty development, teaching and learning, multimedia, etc.: Service Learning How People Learn

Posted in edtech, education, learning sciences, teaching, Uncategorized, usu

Java and Ed Tech Courses

Now that our fall semester is halfway through, I’ve fleshed out the main schedules and resources for the two classes I mentioned earlier. Here are the resources below, in case you are by chance interested in learning a bit about

Posted in edtech, java, teaching, usu

Open High School of Utah

Congratulations to David Wiley and my other colleagues here at Utah State University on getting approval to start a new virtual high school, the Open High School of Utah, which will solely employ openly licensed educational resources. See the announcement

Posted in children, education, opensource, teaching, usu

Job Opening in the Department of Instructional Technology at Utah State

If you are on the lookout for ed tech jobs, our Department of Instructional Technology at Utah State University is looking to hire a tenure-track professor of any rank (assistant, associate, or full professor). To see the full job announcement

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Doug Holton

Doug Holton

Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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