Author Archives: Kristin Klinger

Scoring Rubrics: A solution for enhancing teaching effectiveness in an online environment?

Scoring Rubrics are gaining in popularity as a means of evaluating students, as well as a method to enhance the effectiveness of teaching results. With many evaluation models available and with the challenges that e-learning can often pose to teaching results, Scoring Rubrics may provide a solution for gaps in both learning and teaching. Helpful…

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EdITLib Celebrates the “International Year of Statistics”

2013 has been proclaimed as the “International Year of Statistics” by over 1,900 organizations that support the teaching and learning of statistics around the globe, such as Statistics2013.org . To honor the celebration of statistics this year, EdITLib encourages readers to explore statistics related articles available in the Digital Library. Please take a moment to view…

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EdITLib Announces New Content Partners

The EdITLib Digital Library has recently announced new partnerships with several international publishers, including Wiley, the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite), and the University of Alberta. These partnerships will bring even more content to the digital library from the following journals and proceedings: British Journal of Educational Technology (Wiley) Journal of Computer…

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