Do you want to know specifics?  Read this article on a research study.  Report:

Though most faculty members have still not fully embraced teaching exclusively online courses, many are using technology in an attempt to enhance student-centered instruction, according to the results of a new survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA.

These findings are among some of the most interesting insights provided by the 2013-2014 HERI Undergraduate Teaching Faculty Survey, which is based on responses from over 16,000 full-time undergraduate teaching faculty members at 269 four-year colleges and universities.

Shared by one of my Twitter followers, Anna Sabramowicz

Storytelling In eLearning



How Google Impacts The Way Students Think

Posted: November 16, 2014 by broadyesl in google tools

Google helps kids learn and experience the world.  OK, but is there another side to the influence Google has on users?  Read more here:

My Presentation:

Loaded with info on free tools for classrooms, enjoy.  Use pieces or all with my permission.



Another Safe Way to Access YouTube at School

Posted: November 14, 2014 by broadyesl in video

Shared by one of the teachers in the graduate program:

How to Use YouTube in School. In a Safe Way

Posted: November 14, 2014 by broadyesl in video

Thanks to one of my graduate students for sharing this tool in class:

SafeShare.TV is the Safest Way to Watch and Share YouTube videos.


For those who have not noticed:  It is not so much about teaching content anymore as it is about student learning.  This article highlights a perspective on this matter.