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CONNECTED LEARNING

for
a networked world

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ALT Lab supports a digital publishing platform called RamPages.
Anyone with a valid VCU email address can have their own space
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Academic Learning Transformation Lab

Connected Learning for a Networked World

ALT Lab models and inspires connected learning for a networked world through faculty development, student engagement, communities of practice, and technology enhanced active learning. We cultivate distinctive experiences of deeper learning fostered by high engagement for student success. See also...

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The Office of Online Academic Programs (Online@VCU) and ALT Lab
collaborate with schools, departments and faculty members to design
and offer a variety of online or hybrid courses and programs

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3rd Space: The ALT Lab Blog

Photography – Week 42

A lot of portrait oriented shots this week. Not sure it means anything but vaguely interesting to me.

My moment of serendipity in an open course

In a few of our friday meetings the topic of blogging has come up and I have admitted to not being the most prolific blogger probably because I tend to obsess over little details and continue wonder if the blog post is “finished” Anyway as a result of this I have a bunch of blog posts […]

Why teach…

I love learning and that is at the heart of why I love teaching. My job is super perfect for someone who loves learning like I love learning. Connected Courses Assignment #1, five seconds of video of why I teach. Come to work with me for five seconds. It’s super fun. http://rampages.us/look4connexions/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2014/09/Yteach.mp4 What, why am […]

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Last updated: September 5, 2014

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