Monthly Archives: August 2012

College Communications Programs in The Digital Era

 By Lillian Williams “Innovation is not just about a sexy new user interface. It’s not just about what we do. It’s also about how we do it. Innovation is about taking risks and trying things. Mistakes will be made. That’s … Continue reading

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E-Learning for Healthcare Marketers: Lessons from the Journalism Industry

Tim Strickland at the Healthcare Marketing Blog: “One need only examine the recent carnage in the journalism industry to see what can happen in any field that collectively doesn’t keep itself up to date. Irrelevancy is a sad, dark place. … Continue reading

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PDF Syllabus Builder: Open-source Tool For Online Instructors

This is a guest post by George Joeckel, an instructional designer at the University of Utah.  George welcomes collaboration on instructional design issues, particularly for online teaching/learning issues.  If you have questions about this new design tool, contact George at … Continue reading

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Backpack TV: New Education Video Library

This is a guest post by Nate  Heagney, a freshman at Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn.  Nate is a graduate of St. Louis University High School.  He had the pleasure of helping to launch Backpack TV, a new online platform offering free educational videos. By Nate … Continue reading

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