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Digital literacy – Laptop ports and cables

Simple but nicely put together activity created in Smart Builder that steps learners through a practical understanding of the ports and cables on a standard laptop.Visit the site

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ADU Online Coffeecourses | Online professional development, recaffeinated

Great set of open pd courses run by the ADU at UNEVisit the site

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6 Types of Rewards to Maximize Engagement in Gamification

Useful overview of different ways to use rewards in a gamified experienceVisit the site

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GeoGuessr – Let’s explore the world!

Great Google Maps based game that challenges you to identify where in the world you are based on Street View.Visit the site

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Seven Strategies for Growing Community on your Blog | David Lee King

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THETA Vox pops on the future of education

THETA (The Higher Education Technology Agenda) conference was held recently in Hobart and as part of proceedings, they put out a call for people to submit short, vox pop style videos about the future of education. These have all been … Continue reading

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How to Merge or Combine Multiple WordPress Blogs

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ClarkChart | The Registry of Simulations and Serious Games

Considered the definitive guide to serious games and simulations, put together by someone that has lived and breathed serious games for years. If you’re interested in finding a simulation to support some aspect of your teaching, this is the place … Continue reading

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Auti-sim – Amazing (and horrible) autism hypersensitivity simulator This post from Ars Technica showcases an amazing sim created in Unity 3D that gives a sense of what it might be like to experience sensory overload as an autistic child. Truly … Continue reading

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Scenario design in elearning: Two types of feedback

Another fantastic post from Cathy Moore thinking about more effective ways to provide feedback to learners in scenarios that offer them decision points. Rather than just hearing “Incorrect” from some voice of God type figure, try to make it a … Continue reading

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