Category Archives: Web-based Learning

Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium

The much awaiting spring Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium just announced their conference lineup today!  The conference will be held on May 8th at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln, NE.  This conference has proven itself as a very helpful … Continue reading

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So Many Apps, So Little Time Webinar Video and Handout

In this Next Generation Extension webinar, Nebraska Extension Educator Connie Fisk shared 25 of her favorite apps and websites to make your job easier or more fun. Learn more about: Conducting polls with a smart phone and showing results in … Continue reading

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9 Resources for Infographics

If you are looking for a few free resources to help you create a great infographic, here’s a few that I’ve used.  I can’t say that there is one that I like better than all others…only that each has it’s … Continue reading

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How to Create FREE Google Feedback Forms

How do Google, Amazon and Microsoft obtain simple information whether their webpages are helpful? They ask a simple question: Was this information helpful? In a similar form I’m going to show you how to make, I’ve added a “comments” section. You … Continue reading

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Are MOOC’s Forever?

Intriguing article yesterday in the Chronicle of Higher Education. In a nutshell…..Daphne Koller (co-founder of Coursera) in an interview told that Coursera had pulled down some of it’s initial courses, because they had found out that the new learner didn’t … Continue reading

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Completion Paradox

I’m still pondering an article I read in yesterday morning’s Chronicle of Higher Education….”For Students Taking Online Courses, a Completion Paradox“.  The article explains that research conducted on online post-secondary courses suggests that while students may receive a lower grade in an … Continue reading

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Best Practices When Blazing the Trail for Online Learners

June Next Generation Extension Webinar UPDATE 6/10/16: The recording for the webinar can be viewed using the link https://connect.unl.edu/p61n7y91ay2/  Download the 2 handouts:  QM for Continuing and Professional education PDF copy of slides ⇒ Please take a minute after viewing the … Continue reading

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