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Cover Story - Surprising research about the brain and learning

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 03:31:48 PST

This article was selected as the cover story of the Special ASCILITE Edition of Education Technology Solutions. The article provides answers to questions such as: What do we know about learning from brain research; How can we improve student learning; and How has brain research discounted some popular beliefs such as teaching according to learning styles.

What is working and what is not in higher education technology enhanced learning

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 03:15:47 PST

This feature article, in the Special ASCILITE Edition of Education Technology Solutions, presents three lists of seven - Problems for students that can be addressed through technology enhanced learning; Technology enhanced learning solutions that are having impact; and Ways that technology enhanced learning needs to be improved.

Guest Editorial - Education Technology Solutions - Special ASCILITE Edition

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 03:05:42 PST

This Guest Editorial of The Special ASCILITE Edition of Education Technology Solutions provides an overview of technology-enhanced learning in Higher Education.

Using Spreadsheets to Facilitate Committee Discussions and to Assist Committee Decisions in an Academic Setting: A Case Study

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:57:47 PST

This paper is a case study on using spreadsheet tools to reduce the reliance on various manual tasks for committee work in an academic setting. Four types of tasks are covered. One of them is to establish collective preference rankings of candidates; it pertains to various committees. The remaining types are for graduate admissions. The coverage includes conversions of alternative test scores as achieved by individual applicants, a special case of university quality assessments, and record keeping in a rolling admission process. It is hoped that this paper can serve as a catalyst to generate interests among readers in exploring innovative ways to use spreadsheet tools in their own work settings.