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Webinar December 11th

An invitation for WebStudy LMS customers only.  Registration must include a .edu address. Join us Thursday, December 11th at 2pm Eastern for a brief overview and demonstration of the WebStudy LMS updates available in January 2015. Also featured is a presentation … Read More »

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IMS Global Learning Consortium LTI 1.1.1 Certification

The WebStudy Development Team is pleased to announce that the WebStudy LMS has achieved LTI 1.1.1 level certification following our successful completion of a battery of tests provided by the IMS Global Learning Consortium. As always, your comments are welcome. … Read More »

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New Release “Preview Server”

We are changing the way we release new features and functionality to make the process less obtrusive. Major new releases will occur twice per year on or around January 1st and May 1st. Your school may select the exact date, within … Read More »

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Respondus Lock Down Browser

The Locked Browser is designed to prevent access to any other applications, websites, etc. while taking a WebStudy exam. It disables the “PrtScr” (Print Screen) key and the Ctrl-C key combination so that the screen displayed cannot be copied. Release … Read More »

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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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Part 1/Week 3: How do we know being learning centered will improve student learning?

Excerpts From Cynthia Wilson’s recent essay, “The Learning College: How Do We Know?” Terry O’Banion posed two central questions: Does the Learning College movement improve and expand student learning? How do we know? That’s a tough one. The goal of … Read More »

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Part 1/Week 2: “The Future is Here”- Educational Equality

The most fundamental of American promises, Kay McClenney says, is the promise of opportunity and equity for every individual. America is supposed to be a place where even those born into the most difficult circumstances can rise to the highest level, grow wealthy and secure. If we are to keep the promise of educational opportunity for all, what are our biggest challenges? Continue reading

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Part 1/Week 1: “The Future is Here” The Learning College Self Test

Excerpts From Cindy L. Miles and Elisa S. Robyn’s “Passing the Learning College Test: Courage and Innovation” “Paradoxically, to pass the Learning College test with the highest score means we must frequently slow down and do less.” – Cindy L. … 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:
http://twitter.com/WebStudyLearn Continue reading

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