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How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 3

Kadenze

In this third of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. This third vodcast introduces three of the effects which artists and arts educators bring to processes of learning online. Artists relish this tension, valuing it as entirely productive, despite all its frustrations, false starts and dead ends. For instance, it argues that adding text over audio and visual presentations may impede learning and is therefore redundant and unnecessary.

Is There an App for Leadership Development?

CLO Magazine

Mobile Possibilities Mobile devices allow learning to happen in the midst of life and work through ready access to the LMS, apps, modules, podcasts, vodcasts and social media. A coach can Skype with an employee to review production numbers, and then brainstorm alternative ways to present data. Consider Lonely Planet’s Audio Phrasebook. The audio and visual components of the system are sidekick support that enables almost anyone to save a life.

Google-Assisted “Search� Learning…but pls don’t say “according to Google�

Janet Clarey

Using Google Suggest, learners can get real time alternate suggestions (“did you mean ?”) Google as a Productive Tool: Google’s Blogger provides learners a place to author their own textual, audiovisual content. Google as an Aggregative Tool: Google offers tools that recognize linguistic, visual, audio, gestural and spacial literacies in aggregate. What do you do when you’re connected and need a quick answer to a question?