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Online education is becoming a standard offering in higher education institutions. Making use of new technologies it allows universities to explore different teaching avenues, and its flexible format is appreciated by students in managing their busy lives. However, as in the classroom and in this 2.0 era, online education also suffers from a worrying academic misconduct: cheating and plagiarism.
Trying to engage students in your online courses can be a hassle sometimes, with problems arising from the way the course is designed and up to the way you connect with them on a daily basis. Discussion boards, however challenging they might be, offer a good opportunity to extend the learning space beyond the general class contact hours.
According to a study, 82% of all consumer Internet traffic will be...
The use of the Internet on mobile devices is a major trend and Quebec is closely following it. Here are some figures from the latest digital portrait of Quebecers.
What does revolutionary mean anyway? Let’s start with two examples that are absolutely related to one another, although separated by a few centuries.
Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Internet of Things… the fourth Industrial Revolution is well underway, and with it, the promise of technological advancements. However, all these come paired with a few concerns, including the fear of seeing robots taking over our jobs. Should we start to worry?
A growing trend in the learning industry these days is the use of gamification to enhance the learning experience. Without further ado here are my five tips to implement a successful gamification strategy:
The city of Montreal is flourishing when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI). It currently has about 1,000 researchers in the AI field – a concentration unlike any other Canadian city.
In recent years, the Internet has become, almost everywhere on the planet, an essential tool for our day-to-day lives. The need to elevate this multidimensional and borderless means of communication to the rank of a fundamental human right is now evident to a vast majority.