LRNT 522


Creative Commons Licensing

Creative Commons Licensing


Posted By on Aug 18, 2020

For our course, LRNT 522, we watched a recording called “In the Great Wide Open” with content on open learning resources and creative commons licensing. The presenter, Clint Lalonde (2020), talked about how to properly attribute external sources such as images, video and audio. I wanted to use this post as a way to summarize what Clint (2020) taught regarding creative commons and proper attributions, and to have a chance...

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Interesting Research

Interesting Research


Posted By on Aug 13, 2020

On July 29th, 2020, George Veletsianos hosted an online discussion for academic research related questions. Although I was not able to attend, I was fortunate to be able to listen to the session as it was recorded on BlueJeans. George Veletsianos is a Professor in the School of Education and Technology at Royal Roads University. He holds the Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology and the Commonwealth of Learning...

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As you might have already noticed I like acronyms, but, I found another acronym, just like S.M.A.R.T., that I really like for describing good research questions.  F.I.N.E.R.: F. Feasible. I. Interesting. N. Novel. E. Ethical. R. Relevant. I noticed from many of my MALAT classmates’ posts that a few of these points show up. Feasible – points to many of the same themes as the S.M.A.R.T. acronym does. Many other students...

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While searching for what makes a good research question, I was reminded of what I teach students during our Projects 2 course to Computer Systems students at BCIT. In the Projects 2 course, not only do students design and implement a website from scratch in a group with 3 other students, but also have an opportunity to practice project management skills as well. One of the most important project management skills when working with a...

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