1. A live WizIQ webinar given on May 27, 2012 on active learning and teaching as a way to learn. So, what is active learning? Enroll in Teaching Online: Facilitating Online Learning (TOFOL) mega course on active learning on from June 2-23, 2012 for free or the course on active learning starting July 15, 2012. The two courses are great follow ups of Dr. Curt Bonk’s current Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Instructional Ideas and Technology Tools for Online Success. Content is very important especially if it includes technology, but what do you do with the content? How do you retain and use the information? How do you become an active learner?

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  3. When it comes to “social” Gina Bianchini is at the top of the ladder. I am relationship oriented person in how I work, learn, teach, and connect with the thousands of people that are enriching my life. But am I the only one? Apparently not. Connecting with people is a way of life for many of us. It must be a very important aspect of our lives or social networks such as Ning, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and now Pinterest, Mentormob, and the upcoming Mightybell would be as popular as they are. So what is next? How is Mightybell going to cater to our social needs?

    Social learning is part of my social needs. I learn through conversations and what better place than on WizIQ. I would like to invite you to join me in learning with and from Gina Bianchini on Conversation WizIQ on May 11, 2011 at 7 PM London time.

    Watch, listen, and learn from this outstanding woman:

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  4. Dr. Nellie Deutsch is passionate about academic writing and the doctoral process. Nellie mentors educators worldwide. This doctoral dissertation Course is available on WizIQ: wiziq.com/course/4098-doctoral-dissertation

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  5. Should bloggers worry about plagiarism? Apparently, knowing how to cite and give credit is very important even online. Lack of knowledge on how to cite and give credit to others constitutes plagiarism. Plagiarism is considered cheating. But is it a crime?

    The online environment is confusing many students and instructions as to what and how to cite in order to avoid plagiarism. You may find the video tutorials on plagiarism from Rutgers University of interest. Generally, people who plagiarize do not realize they have done so. In order to avoid unpleasant situations, it is a good idea to check and find out what is considered plagiarism.

    Watch the live class recording on WizIQ: wiziq.com/online-class/835680-is-it-considered-plagiarism-if-you-don-t-know-how-to-cite

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