Monthly Archives: July 2014

10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Google Docs – Edudemic

Google Docs is a powerful word processing tool that many schools have adopted. As it’s similar to Microsoft Word and other word processing tools, most of its features are intuitive to use. However, in addition to completing many of the functions of a traditional word processor, Google Docs provides even more capabilities that can be invaluable to educators.

Source: www.edudemic.com

Google Docs (Aka Google Drive is described as an alternate to traditional word processors. (The article helps you see this vision a bit more clearly.)

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Online Adjunct Professor – RN Information Systems in Healthcare (NR361) at Chamberlain College of Nursing | Downers Grove, IL

BSN degree along with an MSN degree required; Must have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience with an active nursing license; 1 year online teaching experience strongly preferred either teaching in an online environment or completing their degree program online; must have experience or a background either teaching informatics, experience in information systems within a hospital setting, or teaching computerized databases, charting and documentation.

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10 Rules for An Effective Virtual Workplace and Remote Collaboration

Collaborating in a virtual workplace is difficult. To help improve the collaboration on your remote team, we’ve come up with 10 rules to guide your efforts.

Source: blog.sqwiggle.com

I like these tips.  They make sense and they will make your ‘presence’ known if you telecommute to work. 

I telecommuted to the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy in Aurora for 8 years. It was a great job with a fantastic team. Much of what is presented in this article I learned the hard way. Save yourself time, and be a telecommuting wizard! Check it out!

12 Effective Ways To Use Google Drive In Education – Edudemic

Are you a Google Drive / Google Docs fan? Do you take notes, compose papers, construct spreadsheets, and build presentations in real-time on the web while collaborating with others? I’m not necessarily promoting Google Drive; just merely pointing out a few of the powerful ways the free tool can help you save time and keep you better organized.

Source: www.edudemic.com

Google Drive (AKA Google Docs) is a one stop shop for the blended classroom. 

Content Curation in the classroom: Scoop.it interview at the Ohio University

A class from Ohio University’s social media certificate program called Content Curation skyped with the CEO & Co-Founder of Scoop.it, a social curation site. Students live-tweeted to capture the advice and inspiration from Scoop.it CEO & Co-Founder, uillaume Decugis.

Source: storify.com

Understanding content curation as part of information fluency is one of the projects in UW-Stout’s E-Learning for Educators course. Our students create their own Scoop.it digital magazines based on their own specific interests.  It’s a class favorite every semester! 

Online Adjunct Instructor For Banking & Financial Services at South Dakota State University

Qualifications: Successful candidate should possess: (1) Master’s Degree in Banking and Financial Services from an accredited university required; (2) experience in Banking and Financial Services industry in a senior leadership role preferred; (3) experience teaching in higher education is desired; (4) experience teaching online using Desire to Learn (D2L) course management system desired.

Responsibilities: Teach Banking and Financial Services online classes. Online instructors must complete required instructor training prior to teaching assignment start date.

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