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WebStudy “How-To” Documents

A library of “How To” documents is being developed addressing the most common tasks students, faculty, and administrators perform on a day to day basis. As these are developed, they are being placed online for convenient retrieval. A new link … Read More »

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WebStudy Releases Mobile Application

Mobile app for WebStudy Learning is written in Apple iOS and Android native languages to maximize interactive capabilities Wynnewood, Pa. – September 27, 2012 – WebStudy, a technology service and learning management system (LMS) provider, today launched a mobile application … Read More »

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Focus on Learning: Lead and Learn

WebStudy realizes that academic leaders are time-crunched with the demands of delivering education today.
That’s why, as sponsor of the book, we decided to summarize a few key points and start a conversation on our blog and Twitter feed:
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Blackboard Empire – Bigger, Meet Better

WebStudy understands the challenges you face. The challenges of having to do more with less. And in my experience, bigger isn’t necessarily better. Continue reading

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Social Learning: Choose Your Own Adventure

A guest post by Douglas McConatha, Ph.D, one of the co-creators of the WebStudy LMS. I bn usin Twitter N my soc classes 4 a year &  IMHO Twitter is Gr8 N th Classrm I’m sure some of you are … Read More »

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A Holiday LMS Story

We’re getting in the spirit of the season at WebStudy. So, we took a holiday favorite and adapted it into an ed tech parable. Click the image below to read full-size. Enjoy, and share with your colleagues!

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Social Learning — Cutting Edge Technology or Hype?

You would be hard-pressed to read anything on higher educational technology these days without seeing a mention of social media in learning. Social learning is the latest buzzword, and that was certainly evident at EduCause2011, which I attended two weeks … Read More »

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Introducing “Focus on Learning”

You may remember a previous post in which I mentioned we were a proud sponsor of Focus on Learning: A Learning College Reader, from the League for Innovation in the Community College. Well, after a lot of careful development, the … Read More »

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Nice to have? Or part of a strategic direction?

I allowed myself the weekend to ponder all that EduCause 2011 had to offer, whether it was the latest implementation  of mobile apps, business intelligence, social media, or learner analytics. Every session on educational technology seem to start with polling … Read More »

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Free and Easy? First impressions of OpenClass

In the last week since Pearson’s announcement of its new OpenClass LMS, I have been thinking about open source and proprietary LMS in terms of my first impressions of this new player. These impressions were confirmed yesterday as I walked … Read More »

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