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Let me tell you a couple of things about the class and how it works… I have selected to use Dr. Laura King’s book for a couple of reasons. First, it is an excellent text, with up-to-date information, an engaging writing style and great stories! Secondly, it comes with a learning platform called Connect (NOT affiliated with FSCJ’s Connections). Connect is a digital learning platform that is superior to many other platforms for two main reasons. The first reason is that the Learn Smart Modules it contains have an “adaptive diagnostic” feature.
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Explain how you could use a site such as LinkedIn® in your community to stay connected with other human services professionals. * Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Be sure to list all sources, including online sources used in your paper. Always use peer-reviewed journals if they are available. |
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As an educational developer, I think it is important for me to understand all of the available tools and to be able to advise both staff and students on the benefits and challenges to using those tools for learning, teaching, and research. Scope and Context This enquiry is primarily concerned with Web 2.0 technology, focusing on the usefulness of RSS feeds, Twitter, Skype, Google Docs, and blogs. In addition to coordinating a learning development centre at a small, teaching-led university, I teach modules on the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCert) at a private UK higher education institution that provides courses in professional