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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #3

Number Three

With 166 total pageviews, “Answer student questions with a virtual coffee shop” by Victoria Shropshire secured number three on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can effectively use Moodle forums. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #4

Number Four

With 155 total pageviews, “Need email? Three things to get your Moodle course ready for fall” by Roger Gant secured number four on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can add the Quickmail block to their courses, enroll and remove students from courses, and make Moodle courses available to their students. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #5

Number Five

With 127 total pageviews, “Laptops in the classroom: Are they a good or bad thing?” by Sam Parker secured number five on our list. The blog post highlights conversations that occurred at a luncheon created to facilitate conversations among faculty about the use of laptops and other mobile devices in the classroom. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #6

Number Six

With 126 total pageviews, “Twitter in higher education” by Casey Brown secured number six on our list. The blog post highlights who is using Twitter in higher education as well as how to use it. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #7

Number Seven

With 123 total pageviews, “Moodle Q&A: Drop the lowest score, YouTube and folders” by Dan Reis secured number seven on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can drop lowest quiz grades in Moodle, post YouTube videos, and drag and drop files into folders. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #8

Number Eight

With 122 total pageviews, “Moodle Q&A: How to collect assignments from groups” by Sam Parker secured number eight on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can collect particular assignments from different groups. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Diversity Infusion Project: History survey courses

Washington MonumentFive history professors will look at infusing History survey courses with resources that more deeply explore diverse perspectives on historical events. The organizing principle for the project will be to move somewhat away from breadth toward depth of coverage, allowing students to develop deeper understandings of important historical topics, themes, and questions. Continue reading »

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