OSCQR 3.0 Annotations – SUNY Open Source Quality Review System (Rubric and OLC Scorecard)

OSCQR Introduction Below is some information originally found at https://bbsupport.sln.suny.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/OSCQR/OSCQR-3.0-Explanations-And-Examples.html that I am archiving here for educational purposes. It is part of the open source quality review system called “OSCQR” http://oscqr.org/ created in the SUNY system. They have an excellent rubric that targets online course design. You can find the OSCQR self-assessment rubric (also called the OLC Scorecard)…

Intro to Zoom Conferencing for Instructors / Teachers at University of Kentucky

Text Links and Tutorials Starting a conference with Zoom video conferencing is actually pretty easy. A few simple steps and you will be on your way to Zooming with your students or colleagues. Here are the best text tutorials on how to plan and start a Zoom video conference. University of Kentucky Zoom Web Account…

Using Podcasts for Education

Podcasts in Education Innovation in E-Learning Curriculum – Using Podcasts for Course Content, Student Assignments and Program Development This blog post will evolve with resources and developed out of a Podcasts for Education presentation at E-Learn 2017 in Vancouver, B.C., Canada with Dr. Blake Jones and Jason Johnston. In our presentation/workshop, the participants learned about…

15 Ways for Students to Use Google Keep

What is Google Keep? Google Keep is a new google online tool that works across platforms and integrates with all the other Google products. It can be used to create lists, clip information, make notes and then share anything with others easily. There are many educational uses even in higher learning. You will need a…