1. Visual Literacy

    Visual literacy is the ability to recognize and critically appreciate meaning in visual content and to use visual elements to create effective communication. Visualizations often provide better ways to tell a story or understand data, and some colleges and universities are making visual literacy coursework part of general education requirements. As the prevalence of visual

  2. Timetoast

    Timetoast (http://www.timetoast.com) is a simple, web-based timeline creator. Users can add titles, text, images, and URLs to specific dates or longer spans of time. All timelines are publicly viewable and can be shared via a unique URL or embed code; Timetoast also offers a text view for easy printing. Instructors and students could use Timetoast

  3. Increasing Student Engagement and Success in Online Courses through Enhanced, Flexible Learning Opportunities

    Instructor Rachel N. Baum Department/School/College Jewish Studies Intervention Overview In Spring 2015, I added a few elements to my online class that provided great rewards. The question I started with was simple: Could I create the engaged, active environment I wanted in my online course simply by creating opportunities for such engagement and providing students

  4. Utilizing a peer review process with a final course paper

    Instructor Lori Bokowy Department/School/College School of Public Health Intervention Overview This intervention describes a peer review process as a component of a final course paper in an online, undergraduate public health course. This strategy was implemented using an online discussion forum with the goals of promoting co-learning, critical analysis, and student interaction. Students were provided

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