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A massive experiment at Virginia Commonwealth University involving
7,000 blogs could lead to a new view on how college students learn.

Why Blogging Is Key to the Future of Higher Ed

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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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and offer a variety of online or hybrid courses and programs

Photography – Week 80

Photography – Week 80

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‘Virtual Harlem’ is a Time Machine to the 1920s – The Atlantic “”I wanted my students to experience the literature that I was teaching in a very different way,” Carter told me, “one that was very interesting and engaging, as well as visual.”” tags:3rdspace vr augmented+reality AltSchool – Upstarts: The Idealists – CNNMoney “Instead of […]

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Over the past week I have spoken to some faculty folks concerned about their students not being able to cope with the technical demands of setting up their first blog. I tend to point out that they might have students who have already used a rampages blog for other classes and even if they do not, […]

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