It’s no secret that CIT staff members are experts in pedagogy and technology, but you probably didn’t know that we also have a penchant for poetry – especially the profound simplicity of the haiku. At CIT’s recent annual staff retreat, we took a break from a day of brainstorming to pen […]
As of July 1, 2015 multimedia content stored in Kaltura Media Gallery tool in Sakai will no longer be available.
Students, staff and faculty who wish to retain their content (images, movies and audio), will need to download those media items out of Kaltura Media Gallery. If you already have a copy of the file(s) […]
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Content Strategy for Professionals 1: Engaging Audiences for Your Organizations by Northwestern University is a MOOC course that is part of the Content Strategy for Professionals in Organization Specialization. Designed with professionals in mind, instructors John Lavine and Candy Lee have created an awesome MOOC for those who would like […]
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The Competitive Strategy course from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München on Coursera presents content in a lot of awesome ways. The course is on-demand and has six modules. Each module contains four to six lessons along with one introduction and one wrap up video.
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Professor Laurence Helfer, the Harry R. Chadwick Sr. Professor of Law at Duke University’s School of Law, shared his expertise in international human rights law in his online course International Human Rights Law: Prospects and Challenges. This course introduces the international and domestic laws, institutions, and legal and political theories that protect basic […]
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Produced by Kennesaw State University’s Distance Learning Center, “Cybersecurity and its 10 Domains” on-demand MOOC takes a look at cybersecurity in a world driven by computers and how different security features work to help protect individuals and companies. Instructors Dr. Humayun and Mr. Andrew Green, have created a […]
Duke University is offering a Coursera MOOC, Foundational Neuroscience for Perception and Action, an exciting new course that is also a part of Duke’s online neuroscience curriculum specialization, Perception, Action and the Brain. In Foundational Neuroscience, learners will explore how the brain organizes sensory information […]
Yale’s Introduction to Classical Music is a great example of how to integrate lectures, expert interviews, demonstrations, and class videos, so that a learner never feels the ennui of a single type of information delivery.
Craig Wright has crafted a class for lay individuals that achieves shocking depth and breadth, illuminating the why of human infatuation with music, explaining basic elements of music theory, and inviting the listener to take part in a survey of music from chant in the middle ages to the “vernacular” of Copland.
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WordPress is a blogging website platform. It allows you to easily create a website using templates and forms without knowing HTML. WordPress is focused on blogging – creating a personal (or group) journal of ongoing, chronological posts. It can be used for creating a “static” website by turning off or shifting […]
- 9 Haiku About Ed Tech by CIT Staff
- Kaltura Media Gallery Files Expire 7/1/2015
- “That’s Awesome!” – Engaging Audiences for Your Organization
- “That’s Awesome!” – Competitive Strategy
- “That’s Awesome!” — Expert Interviews Enhance Learning
- “That’s Awesome!”–Cybersecurity and Its 10 Domains
- Duke Launches New MOOC: Foundational Neuroscience for Perception and Action