Topic: Assessment & Evaluation

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By HASTAC Scholars program on Nov 15th, 2009
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In this HASTAC forum, three Scholars invite you to consider evaluation and assessment in the face of new forms of digital media, new kinds of skills...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jul 26th, 2009
I loved returning to teaching last year after several years in administration . . . except for the grading.  I can't think of a more meaningless...
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By Sheryl Grant on Oct 23rd, 2013
Badge systems, like other sociotechnical systems, are ways of building order in our world – but for now, at the early stages of design and...
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By Cathy Davidson on Apr 29th, 2012
This is a rough DRAFT of a doctoral course I will be offering in Spring 2013 in our new Ph.D. Lab in Digital Knowledge.  
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By Cathy Davidson on Sep 16th, 2011
Yesterday I was able to step off the Now You See It book tour to attend the launch of the fourth Digital Media and Learning Competition, focused on...
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By Daniel HIckey on Sep 11th, 2012
I posted a longer blog about this topic on Remediating Assessment .  Here is a shorter summary that is also useful for folks who are...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jan 13th, 2013
 Although normally a pretty upbeat and optimistic person, I end a lot of my different talks these days with a pretty scary, even dystopic slide...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jan 5th, 2011
This week saw another mostly celebratory account of iPads in schools in the New York Times, "Math That Moves:  Schools Embrace the iPad," by...
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By Sheryl Grant on Sep 25th, 2011
Badges are complex. Nothing functions quite the way they do, and at the same time, badges function like a lot of other things. They're versatile,...
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