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Digital Literacy Challenge: Create an Information Filter Bot
Two of the most important digital literacy skills we need to develop and practice today are the ability to effectively filter information and the ability to create algorithms (code) which cause dig…
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Duck Soup | ESheet Creator |
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Teachers usually make copies and pass them out to their students to complete and turn in for a grade. NOT ANY MORE! You can take any document or pdf in your google drive or computer and easily make it an online instantly graded activity.
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The Future is Here: Tech Terms Every eLearning Professional Should Know in 2017
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Keeping up with the newest tech jargon can be a daunting task. That’s why we’ve created this short list of must-know terms all eLearning and training professionals should know.
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Free video conferencing services to challenge Skype 
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"Thanks to its low price tag, Skype is one of the leaders in video messaging apps. Here are some more free video conferencing services to consider ..."
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15 Euro sparen: "Pocket Anatomy" für iPhone und iPad erstmals kostenlos
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Zentrale Online-Plattform zum Thema Open Educational Ressources (OER)
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3 Scenarios For Measuring eLearning ROI 
Want to know about through what lens eLearning ROI can be measured? Check 3 scenarios for Measuring eLearning ROI and training results.
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Want Your eLearning Courses to Deliver Results? Avoid These Mistakes
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Lehren und Lernen mit Multimedia
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Das @LLZ | Zentrum für multimediales Lehren und Lernen der Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg ist ein vom BMBF gefördertes Projekt zur umfassenden Einführung multimedialer Lehre an der Universität.
In fünf fachspezifischen und 14 themenspezifischen Arbeitsgruppen sind mehr als zwanzig Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in Service, Forschung und Evaluation tätig. 

Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: Michael Gerth