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Earlier this year, I conducted a research study on behalf of the Working Examples team. We wanted to know first-hand why people use WEx and what they get from the site and community. Why do they use it? How does … Continue reading
Last week a group of us from the WEx community came together to talk about digital badges.
I spend lots of time thinking about the best ways to disseminate research to impact practice. Here’s what Audrey Waters and Drew Davidson have to say about the topic.
This post is about a type of research that’s applicable to all of us – improvement research. Teachers, admins, informal educators, designers and policy makers: keep reading because we can ALL use improvement research to assess changes in practices and … Continue reading
As a recent PhD grad, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what it means to publish as an academic. I know I’m supposed to publish in peer-reviewed journals, the gold standard for academics. There’s often a silent attitude … Continue reading