Topic: Online education


Take Your Online Teaching to the Next Level

By Camille Rutherford

Whether you are teaching a blended course (where a significant portion of the course takes place online) or have been using your […]

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The Tweeting Library

By Amy Greenberg

Twitter and other social media tools are a part of everyday life, especially for the current generation of students. In response to this, many libraries have established social media presences through Facebook pages, blogs and Twitter feeds.

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Open Access: Promises and Challenges of Scholarship in the Digital Age

By Leslie Chan, University of Toronto Scarborough

The Internet has made Open Access publication – the free distribution of scholarly work – a powerful possibility for scholars, administrators and publishers alike. Leslie Chan takes an in-depth look at the potential benefits, and looming challenges, facing this new approach to knowledge dissemination.

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Global souls and youth moves

By Vinita Srivastava

Youth Moves, an anthology edited by Nadine Dolby and Fazal Rizvi (Routledge, 2008)

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Distributed Workplaces and e-Academics: What’s happening?

By Heather Kanuka and Terry Anderson

Over the last two decades we have witnessed dramatic changes in the nature of information and communication technologies and their application in […]

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Digitizing and the meaning of knowledge

By Jean-Claude Guédon

Back to Origen, the codex and the Hexapla A recent book by Anthony Grafton and Megan Williams provides an interesting, if somewhat […]

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Blogging in Academe

By Dale Kirby and Mary Cameron

New developments, discoveries and a diversity of ideas are encountered daily by those of us engaged in academic work. The explosion in […]

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