Andrew

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Date registered: November 1, 2011

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  1. Watch Our AECT Presentation — November 19, 2011
  2. Meet Us at the 2011 AECT Conference — November 3, 2011
  3. How We Help Unlock Learning — November 3, 2011
  4. Why Unlock Learning? — November 3, 2011

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Nov 19

Watch Our AECT Presentation

Our IU Plagiarism Tutorial Redesign Project from UnlockLearning.org on Vimeo (original Prezi). AECT was one of the best ever. It was great to meet people currently using the IU plagiarism tutorial and people working on some cool m-learning projects. The Indiana University Instructional Systems Technology department had a strong showing at AECT with a total …

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Nov 03

Meet Us at the 2011 AECT Conference

It’s that time of year when we’re busy putting on the finishing touches to our presentations for the annual Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). This year it’s in Jacksonville, Florida and we’ll be busy participating and leading many sessions. For a complete schedule of events you’ll need to checkout the online session plannerĀ  …

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Nov 03

How We Help Unlock Learning

As members of the Indiana University Instructional Systems Technology department, we have a particular interest in teacher education and professional development related to technology. A specific goal of ours is to help educators at all levels, in both formal and informal contexts, to teach 21st century skills related to digital literacy and digital citizenship. The …

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Nov 03

Why Unlock Learning?

If information wants to be free, learning needs to be unlocked. Now, more than ever, the ability of an individual to succeed in society depends on their ability to continually learn. Traditionally, learning has been largely inaccessible to large segments of the population either by design or due to the substantial barriers that can divide …

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