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Digital Pulse – UNMC’s iEXCEL Newsletter


The iEXCEL team is happy to present ‘Digital Pulse’ – providing you with updates on the latest iEXCEL activities. http://www.unmc.edu/iexcel/about/newsletter.html   Please rate this Rate this Post

Submit proposals for the Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium


500+ Attendees | May 10, 2016 | Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium We believe that today’s professionals are multi-disciplined and draw their inspiration from many different influences. We’re looking for individuals who are open to sharing their inspiration to further enhance distance and online learning at the University of Nebraska. Take part in the conversation. Presentation proposals are now being accepted for the university-wide 2016 Innovation… Continue Reading

University of Nebraska Online Worldwide Annual Report 2014-2015

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This report illustrates the University of Nebraska’s strength in online learning and that of the University of Nebraska High School (UNHS). Collectively, the NU campuses bring rigor, access to quality faculty and the accredited programs of our University to more students throughout the state of Nebraska and around the world. http://nebraska.edu/docs/online-worldwide/annual_reports/Interactive-Highlights/ Please rate this Rate this Post

Recommended App: Teaching Professor Tips

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Teaching Professor Tips is a handy resource for faculty. Each day one very short item is sent to users, often with a link to more information. The material comes from the vast library of Magna Publications, producers of The Teaching Professor newsletter and conferences. Features FREE – Available on Apple and Android devices 365 tips per year You can specify the time of day you… Continue Reading

Women in eLearning: micro-inequities add up to macro-inequities


Women in eLearning: Micro-inequities Add Up to Macro-inequities by Karl Kapp : Learning Solutions Magazine // // A number of years ago I was introduced to the term “micro-inequity.” The term means that in everyday actions and language, people tend to dismiss, overlook, ignore, or devalue people based on small phrases, actions, and word choice and that, over time, the inequities oppress and discriminate against… Continue Reading

Mark your calendars for May 10, 2016, when the University of Nebraska Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium


Mark your calendars for May 10, 2016, when the University of Nebraska Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium takes place in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. Sponsored by University of Nebraska Information Technology (UNIT) and University of Nebraska Online Worldwide, this essential event brings together the thinkers and doers who are shaping online and distance education at the University of Nebraska. Through this experience, you will:   Learn from nationally recognized… Continue Reading

National Distance Learning Week 2015: Special Webcast event

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Thank you for your interest in National Distance Learning Week (Nov. 9-13). We spent the week celebrating some of what makes online learning unique at the University of Nebraska. The webcast, held November 4, 2015, leading into National Distance Education Week is now available online. You may access  Driving Evidence-based Practices through Research Ensuring Student Success in Blended and Online Education, presented by Tanya Joosten by… Continue Reading