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Monthly Archives: April 2013


WCET Guest Blog Post

Our President, Dr. Mac Adkins, was invited by Russell Poulin of WCET to do a guest blog post today.  Hop on over to their site and learn why “Experience Matters“! WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET) is an organization that accelerates the adoption of effective practices and policies, advancing excellence in technology-enhanced teaching and learning in […]

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Making the Earth Greener with Virtual Choices

Today is Earth Day!  Did you know that virtual choices can make the earth greener?  Choosing a virtual class or working from a home office allows you to make contributions to the greater good and is more economical as well.  Below is a list of the top 10 reasons why virtual choices are better. Save gas […]

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Case Studies & Best Practices SmarterMeasure Webinar

Would you like to learn how to effectively implement SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator? During the webinar we will cover best practices and how to get the most from the tool. Join Sofia Villalobos from Miami Dade College – Virtual Campus and Melanie Clark from Florida State College at Jacksonville and learn about their implementation models including orientation course, […]

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Friday Facts

Friday Facts – Spring Blog Series

Over the past year we have experimented with various blog series.  Friday Fun, Wordless Wednesdays, and Thinking Thursdays included fun technology pieces, thought provoking pictures, and a series of infographics.  Beginning this month, we are starting a new series called Friday Facts.  It will consist of quick tips about using our products and services along with interesting tidbits from our […]

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Debt Free College and Debt Free Students – College of the Ozarks

Did you say there was a college that is actually discouraging student loan debt?  YES!  According to the Huffington Post, College of the Ozarks in Kansas City, Missouri, is not taking student who insist on taking our student loans.  A private, four-year college is actually taking a stand to help students make good choices about incurring unnecessary […]

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Learning Styles Impact How Students Retain Information

A recent article published by Campus Technology, “Flipping to Adapt to Multiple Learning Styles at Minnesota State University” explores how one instructor flipped her classroom and used learning styles to effectively impact student engagement, academic performance, and overall satisfaction.  Chemistry instructor, Danae Quirk Dorr, used the four learning styles – practical, logical, imaginative, and enthusiastic. Acknowledging that it […]

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