Case Academy for Students and Coaches

Case Academy is a curated group of tools and resources to help students learn how to analyze case studies and train for business case competitions.

I began by consulting a number of my former case competition students to find out what types of training content they found most beneficial. We brainstormed different categories for content. I also ran a keyword analysis on Google Adwords around related phrases to see what was being searched the most. Continue reading “Case Academy for Students and Coaches”

Jen’s first blog post

Jens media asset storyboard
Jens media asset storyboard

At the end of each course section I produce a ppt presentation of the main points with a voice over narration. This is then processed with a twitter link and also sent to students by email. Students can then access this by IPhone, Ipod, IPad, PC, Mac, tablet, surface etc anywhere there is wifi. This is based on my observation that young people access information via hand helds rather than laptops and desktops.

 

Educational Media distribution and you

Learning Objective: Map learner-centered options, for your course, for accessing/distributing media

Mobilizing Media

  • What should you support?  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)…  Do you have to build 4 versions of your media/app?
  • HTML5 is as an answer to our ‘build it once and it will work for all devices’ goal.
  • Demo how to distribute video via HTML5

Push vs. pull

Web 2.0 technologies provide teachers with new ways to engage students, and even allow student participation on a global level.
Web 2.0 technologies provide teachers with new ways to engage students, and even allow student participation on a global level.
  • Web 2.0 a term coined in 1999, this refers to the Internet as a place where things get done, as opposed to places where you go to read stuff.
  • Using RSS vs visiting websites vs email vs carrier pigeons ( Google Reader, Feedly, Rolio, The Old Reader, )
  • RSS for courses in action ( French 215- D100, ds106 ,)

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