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Playful Learning – Failure and Forfeit

Stephanie (Charlie) Farley – Open Education Resource Advisor for EDE.  Last month I had the pleasure of attending the Playful Learning conference in Manchester. The conference was pitched as an “intersection of learning and play for adults” with the purpose of providing “a space where teachers, researchers and students could …

This photo " Wapping Dock, Liverpool" is copyright (c) 2015

Learning {Re}imagined

Last week I attended the Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference 2015. I intended to write a post summarizing the different keynotes and breakout session I attended, but as I was writing I realized that it was already 700 words and I had only written about the first keynote! This was …

Turnitin – not just a plagiarism detector

Turnitin is a plagiarism detection tool and it is marketed as such to its customers (educators). As a detector of plagiarism, Turnitin’s accuracy is quite high and has proven to be a popular choice amongst educators. Especially in the field of online learning where Turnitin’s submission tools come in very …

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