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STARLINK wishes you all the joys of the season and happiness throughout the coming year. We are ending the year with with power-packed professional development! Enjoy:
Magna 20 Minute Mentor
  • How Can I Resolve Difficult Situations in the Classroom?
  • How Can I Encourage Students to Stay Connected with Course Content After Class?
  • How Can I Revitalize My Classroom with Workforce Development Concepts?
Trends & Issues
  • Episode 134: Harware & Software, Online Teaching & Learning, Instructional Design, and Cybersecurity & Digital Citizenship
  • Episode 135: Online Teaching & Learning, Hardware & Software, Security & Citizenship, and Instructional Design & Curriculum
We look forward to seeing you online!
"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow."
-Anthony J. D'Angelo
By: Laura Ascione, Managing Editor, Content Services
Members of Generation Z say they vastly prefer video as a learning method, according to  Beyond Millennials: The Next Generation of Learners , a recent study from Pearson and The Harris Poll. The study notes that Generation Z, or students ages 14-23, have had their educational expectations shaped by technology in more ways than the 24- to 40-year-old millennials.

Generation Z ranked YouTube second only to teachers as a learning tool. In fact, they rank YouTube well ahead of lectures, in-person collaboration with classmates, learning applications, and books.

Adults are knowledgeable.

Personal, professional, academic and informal learning occurs with life experience. They all have competence and can demonstrate learning. Yet traditional and popular higher education interventions (i.e., courses, degree programs) are not necessarily set up to recognize, validate, or offer opportunities for adults to demonstrate their knowledge. Perhaps unknown to the general public – and not necessarily well-developed at some institutions – is a longstanding practice which exists to support, validate and facilitate credit awarding for demonstration of learning from adults

By: Educatorstechnology
Scrible is a very good productivity tool every research student should have. It provides you with various tools and features that enable you to curate online content, bookmark websites, store files, annotate and share webpages and PDFs. You can use Scrible to annotate content on a webpage or PDF. You can add comments, highlight passages and share your annotated content with others through email or social media websites. Everything you curate and annotate is saved to your library in Scrible. You can organize your library with tags so you can easily find your saved content.

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