Trying to improve your translation skills?
While there are many resources to sift through these days, it can prove overwhelming for the non-native speaker. What’s the best source for news or understanding American politics? The answer? Podcasts. We aim to … Read the rest
Two weeks ago, The Digital Learning Commons hosted the Fund for Innovation festival where we had the opportunity to showcase virtual reality tools and invite members of the MIIS community to do a few test runs.
Virtual Reality Tool #1: … Read the rest
TLM courses bombard you with a wealth of help tools and resources. Tools are handy, they’re great and we love them, but wait! They cost money! Ack! I’m already going over budget, what do I do?
For many of you, … Read the rest
How many times have you psyched yourself up for a storytelling event at MIIS, only to learn that it conflicts with your own storytelling event? This is a pretty normal occurrence on our campus of storytellers, who are often so … Read the rest
Did you know that WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world? There are millions of websites built on WordPress. You can create your own website and customize it however you like. MIIS students can create a WordPress … Read the rest
I arrived on the MIIS campus last June with big ideas and aspirations to make them a reality. One idea was to create an education podcast. After spending 4 years as an educational recruiter, I found a lot of my … Read the rest
Join us on online or in person on Thursday, April 6 at 10:30AM Pacific for a special workshop exploring collaborative web annotation as a core digital pedagogical practice in the 21st century classroom.
Digital annotation—a technology that allows us to annotate … Read the rest