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Essays on Teaching with Technology

March 17, 2011

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Essays on Teaching with Technology is a new collection of peer-reviewed essays by individuals who have  integrated technology into university courses. The writing is practically oriented, focusing on ways in which technology has helped students learn, and the content spans many technologies and disciplines.

The first essay, by Brian Levey of Notre Dame, is about using an online student response system for in-class polling. A new title will be posted on the site each week as a free PDF download, and a print-on-demand compilation – Teaching with Technology Volume 2: The Stories Continue – is expected to be available this summer. The site is presented by the Learning Technology Consortium, a partnership of nine institutions with similar instructional goals.

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