Why You Should Consider “Implementing Instructional Technology Innovations”

This 10 week online course provided an introduction to many Web 2.0 tools and ways in which they might be used in the classroom.


This past September through December, I had the good fortune of taking this online course, an offering from the University of Wisconsin – Stout. Instructor Ann Bell has been teaching the course for several years, and has developed a well rounded set of modules that offer a thorough introduction to many web-based (and mostly free) technologies that can be used in engaging and practical ways in course work.



When I signed up for the course, my goals were twofold – to experience participation in an online course, and to learn all that the course had to offer.

The workload required to complete the course was more than I expected ... [READ FULL POST]


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