• BYOD Alternatives for Classroom Polling

    During the course of a lesson in an active learning environment, instructors may want to conduct some type of classroom poll, which can get complicated in a BYOD (“bring your own device”) environment. Fortunately, there are several options available that allow students to participate in classroom polls while using their...
  • Open Source College Textbooks Going Mainstream?

    One frequent headache for the average college student is dealing with textbooks. They’re expensive, used copies in decent condition can be hard to find, and textbook companies frequently come out with “new” editions that are minimally revised versions of the previous edition. But an initiative out of Houston-based Rice University...
  • EDUCAUSE 2017 Philadelphia

    We're at the annual EDUCAUSE trade show in Philadelphia this week. Come visit us at Booth #953.
  • EDspaces 2017

    We're at EDspaces 2017 in Kansas City! Come visit us at Booth #1504. #gallery-1 {margin: auto;} #gallery-1 .gallery-item {float: left;margin-top: 10px;text-align: center;width: 33%;} #gallery-1 img {border: 2px solid #cfcfcf;} #gallery-1 .gallery-caption {margin-left: 0;padding-left:0;}  
  • Abandon the Cookie Cutter in Active Learning Design

    To achieve the custom design for your specific active learning classroom, keep an open mind. When the goal is to create a space for interpersonal and hands-on education, the options are limitless. The key is that the layout must invoke something different. A new style of learning can’t very well...

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