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Join the Conversation about Design Challenges

We invite you to join our regular Digital Design Challenge sessions. They are intended to serve as open conversations to identify questions, issues and design challenges that we can examine collectively to develop better understanding. Issues can range from the theoretical to the practical, and may include discussion of course design, teaching practice, use of […]

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An Invitation to Join Us on Tuesdays!

These are exciting times for teaching and learning. The web and new media technologies offer a wide range of possibilities for enhancing teaching and learning. They are bringing continuous change to our classrooms and redefining the concept of learning environments. As we explore these possibilities for developing web-enhanced, blended or fully online courses, design issues […]

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CTE iPad Pilot Project

The CTE has announced a call for proposals for its iPad Pilot Project that will begin in the Fall 2012 semester. To learn more about the project please visit the following website: http://www.vcu.edu/cte/programs/instructional_technology/I3/iPadPilot.html The deadline for submission of proposals is 13 April 2012.

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The CTE Digital Storytelling Program – Reflection and New Opportunity (Applications Now Being Accepted)

When educators can actually see the positive impact of their work on those with whom they engage, or begin to sense their down-stream influence through the actions others whom they’ve guided, it is time to celebrate. As I reflect on the Fall 2009 implementation of the CTE Digital Storytelling Program, I see immediate results from […]

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CTE White Paper on Online Teaching and Learning

The delivery of courses online is nearly as old as the web itself, but as with any innovation, some faculty members have been early adopters while others have watched the development with both interest and skepticism. As publishing and managing content on the web has become easier, and as the delivery of online courses has […]

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Teaching and Learning with Technology: Perspectives from VCU Faculty Members

This episode of the CTE’s Teaching and Learning podcast series features a conversation among VCU faculty members Jose Alcaine, Terry Carter, Jen Darragh, John Kneebone, Betsy Nance, Audrey Short and Ruth Westervelt, all of whom were participants in the 2008 Teaching and Learning with Technology Institute. During the discussion they reflect on their experiences using […]

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CTE Teaching and Learning Podcast – Exploring the Use of Facebook in Education

During the course of this academic year, the members of the CTE’s Using Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning faculty learning community have been exploring the uses of social networking in a variety of educational contexts from advising, to recruitment, to course-based uses. In this podcast episode they discuss the use of Facebook in education. […]

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New Media Consortium Releases 2009 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium in collaboration with EDUCAUSE, recently released the 2009 Horizon Report. Now in its sixth consecutive year, the annual Horizon Report describes the continuing work of the NMC’s Horizon Project, a research-oriented effort that seeks to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have considerable impact on teaching, learning, and creative expression […]

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