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Setting the curve 2 – how can technology support institutional goals for student success?

Wonkhe

Educators are confident technology can support student success goals. Tony Moss and Keith McLay explain how that works in practice The post Setting the curve 2 – how can technology support institutional goals for student success? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Setting the curve 1 – how universities are deploying technology for learning, teaching, and student success

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Spoiler: pedagogy drives technology The post Setting the curve 1 – how universities are deploying technology for learning, teaching, and student success appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Do Teachers Fetishize Technology?

Inside Higher Ed

Whether or not we believe in techno-progress, we are incentivized to constantly develop pedagogies involving new technologies, writes Adam Szetela. Yes, red pens, she was here to argue, make students uncomfortable. A few years ago, I read a flier for a visiting speaker. The speaker had been invited to campus to lecture about pedagogy.

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Setting the curve 3 – do students know what is expected of them in their engagement with technology?

Wonkhe

Universities might have big plans for digital learning and teaching, but students don't always receive the memo. Bethan Dudas calls for joined-up thinking The post Setting the curve 3 – do students know what is expected of them in their engagement with technology? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Educational Technology and Personal Academic Websites with Dr. Elizabeth McAplin

The Academic Designer

Elizabeth McAplin, Director of Educational Research Technology at NYU, discusses educational technology, artificial intelligence, and personal academic websites on The Social Academic podcast. She emphasizes faculty collaboration and the use of technology to improve student learning experiences.

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Harnessing the Power of Technology to Train Student Employees

Educause

In the rapidly evolving world of higher education and training, colleges and universities have a unique opportunity to leverage technology for the benefit of their student employees.

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Bring Technology Within Reach for Higher Ed Students

EdTech Magazine - Higher Education

Access to technology is vital for today’s college students. But in order for campus IT leaders to make informed decisions, it’s important to know what students are looking for. Focusing on three major themes, the report sought to find out what it’s like to be a student in 2023.