Better Learning With Sites and Sound

Even as many instructors embrace digital tools in the classroom, some are pushing the technology envelope with more complex tools for teaching or interacting with students. New research suggests the promise of such approaches. Read this article (http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2008/12/03/audio) for the complete story, from Inside Higher Ed, issue of Dec. 3rd.

Read the study that prompted it from Sloan-C, Using Online Collaborative Document Editors to Enhance Student Satisfaction and Cognitive Presence Outcomes (http://www.aln.org/node/1243).

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