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Students & Technology – ECAR National Study

The Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR) released their findings from a recent national study of students and Information Technology in higher education.  This study significantly expands the current research of student use of technology, mainly due to the breadth of the 3,000 participants. The quick summary is: Students are drawn to hot technologies but […]

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Innovative Instruction Series – OAKS quiz tool

Check out the newest episode in our Innovative Instruction Series.  This series highlights CofC faculty who are using technology in creative ways to increase or enhance their students’ learning.  In this episode we interviewed faculty who are using the quiz tool in OAKS.  We asked them how they use the tool, the benefits, how much time […]

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OAKS: Available now to the entire campus!

Yes, it is true! OAKS is now available to the entire campus! It’s not too late to activate a class! You can activate an OAKS class by completing the Course Request Form located inside myCharleston on the Faculty tab (center column toward the bottom of the window). WebCT will be decommissioned in May 2011 so […]

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Darryl Phillips – Innovative Instruction Series

Check out the newest episode in our Innovative Instruction Series. This series highlights CofC faculty who are using technology in creative ways to increase or enhance their students’ learning. In this episode Darryl Phillips, Speaker of the Faculty and a professor in the Classics Department, talks about how he is using PBWorks‘ wiki in his […]

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