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Happy Thursday! This collection of newspaper headlines across America take a look at how states all over the United States and Canada are tackling the idea of schools reopening in September. Many states that opened early, and as a result have shut their doors for a second time due to spikes are grappling with finding the best solutions to keep students, teachers, faculty, and families safe. With some schools slated to open in less than three weeks, secure solutions are vital. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of
With the introduction of eBooks and tablets specifically meant for reading, such as The Nook and Amazon Kindle, many speculated the future of printed material. The digital age was feared to be the death of physical books. In some ways, this sentiment rang true as large publishing houses have printed less physical materials than they used to; however, one can never underestimate the power holding a...
This weekend's Daily News posts have focused on inequality and uprising all over the United States. What happened in Minneapolis has had a drastic effect on people all over the U.S. Today’s curated blog posts will look into how cities all over the U.S are responding to George Floyd’s murder. 
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Defining Microlearning Microlearning is not a concept strictly for online learning. The concept has been adapted by business in all fields to me...
Happy Sunday! This collection of newspaper headlines across America take a look at what is happening out in nature in cities all across the United States as people enter another week of quarantine. These headlines of daily news are courtesy of Newseum.The Arizona Republic, Published in Phoenix, Ariz. USA
For this morning news briefing, articles will focus on how states are dealing with COVID-19 in terms of online schooling, in the absentee of social gatherings and celebrations, and traditional educational events. These topics are especially important as we enter a new week of mandatory quarantine; feelings of isolation can lead to depression, anxiety and other mental health diseases. Learn how others are learning to cope. If you or anyone you know need mental health and coping strategies during this time period please refer to the
Gamification of learning is a new pedagogical approach to learning. Gamification takes its inspiration from video games, and the engagement found in them. It reimagines what traditional learning environments can be. Schools have begun to recognize the value of a successful gamification strategy in motivating students and stimulating the effectiveness of the learning process. A larg...
Columbia University, Teachers College, and Barnard College students have access to over nineteen libraries across campus. Each library on campus may be geared toward a specific field, but opens its doors to students from other programs. Butler’s grandeur has long drawn many students from many schools within the university. The Science and Engineering Libraries’ extensive hours are appealing to the late-night studier. The Law Libraries’ intimidating, but large collection, has always provided students with the most current information in the field. Students of Columbia and its affiliate colle...