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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
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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

nardove : computer artist enthusiast “This is my personal space where I share my adventures and experiments within the fields of interactivity, generative visuals and computer graphics, I do it as a hobby and somehow never seem to get enough of it “ tags: weekly computer play programming art These Misconceptions Are Keeping School in […]

An updated look at “Leveraging Social Networks”

An updated look at “Leveraging Social Networks”

It was something of a fairytale cluster-f***, the first time I spoke on leveraging social networks.  The original speaker had an emergency and I was asked to jump in with about two day’s notice.  That timing does not sound like much of an issue for an academicky person.   However, this was one of my first […]

How do I distribute my time between Giving, Guiding and Grading?

I am revisiting the book entitled Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment (Walvoord and Anderson, 1998). In it, the authors have an illustration (Figure 8.1, p. 127) that looks something like this: Emphasis on Grading G   i   v   i   n   g   / Guiding /    G       […]

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1000 Floyd Ave, Suite 4102 | Richmond, Virginia 23284
altlab@vcu.edu | 804-828-1651

Last updated: November 5, 2014

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