Janine Lim

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Name: Janine Lim
Date registered: April 25, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Taming the Email Tiger: Effective Use of Email — December 4, 2014
  2. Collaboration and Collaborative Tools — November 7, 2014
  3. The Role of the Instructional Designer — November 7, 2014
  4. Advances in Instructional Design — November 7, 2014
  5. The Future of Instructional Design Programs — November 6, 2014

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  1. Dear VC Vendors: Please Fix Dialing — 14 comments
  2. Diverse Networks and Desktop Videoconferencing — 14 comments
  3. Is Synchronous Distance Learning Worth the Trouble? — 11 comments
  4. Using Technology in Teaching College Religion — 9 comments
  5. Videoconferencing Definition Confusion — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Dec 04

Taming the Email Tiger: Effective Use of Email

Today I presented with Elaine Shuck at the International Forum of Women in E-Learning in San Antionio, TX, sponsored by USDLA. Here are some resources and links that we shared today. Presentation PPT: IFWE 2014 Taming the Email Tiger Here are the articles and resources mentioned: Managing Email Folders Empty your inbox with the trusted trio 5 Folders: The simple system …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5427

Nov 07

Collaboration and Collaborative Tools

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Cognitive Tools to Support Collaboration: Technology and Pedagogy at Work Presenters: Rose Marra and Christopher M. Larsen, University of Missouri The goal was to help engineering students learn collaboration and communication skills as these are needed for the workplace. There is a perception that engineers like to work alone. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5424

Nov 07

The Role of the Instructional Designer

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Understanding the Collaborative Relationship between Instructional Designers and Clients: A Typology of Instructional Designer Activities Presenters: Bill Sugar, East Carolina University; Rob Moore, UNC-Chapel Hill Slides online here Based on instructional designer log entries, interviews, project information. They were trying to see what happens in the “day in the …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5422

Nov 07

Advances in Instructional Design

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Influence of Autonomy, Scaffolding and Audience on Engagement and Performance in Student-Centered Science Learning Presenter: Eunbae Lee, University of Georgia This research is design-based and mixed methods. Student centered science learning is helping students to think and act like scientists. See Next Generation Science Standards. Connections to writing also …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5420

Nov 06

The Future of Instructional Design Programs

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Facilitator: Anne Mendenhall, University of Nevada Las Vegas Presenters: M.David Merrill, Retired Utah State University; Vanessa Dennen, Florida State University; Joel Gardner, Franklin University; Charles Morgan Reigeluth, Indiana University; Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University Opening Comments David Merrill:  Instructional design needs to move to undergraduate. If you have a Masters, you’ll be a manager and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5413

Nov 06

Getting Professionally Published

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Presenter: Donovan Walling His latest book: Designing Learning for Tablet Classrooms Understanding the publishing process is the key to getting published WHEN and WHERE you want to be published. The Idea Publishing is a futures game – you want to know what is going to be of interest and salable …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5416

Nov 06

Bits, Pieces, and Tidbits from AECT

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. A few ideas and notes from three sessions: Relationship between Learning Management System Self-Efficacy, Situational Interest, Self-Regulation, and Learning Engagement of Online Learners presented by SANGHOON PARK, University of South Florida; and Jung Lim, University of South Florida Dissertations in an Online Doctoral Program: Mentoring, Challenges, and Strategies by Swapna Kumar, University of Florida; Catherine …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5412

Nov 06

Say What? Designing, Facilitating, and Assessing for Intersubjectivity within Online Discussions

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Yesterday Barb Hall and I facilitated a workshop on intersubjectivity. Our workshop materials are on our intersubjectivity wiki so you can explore further. As always, when I work with Barb, I learn something new or find new concepts to ponder. I appreciate the partnership that allows for continued learning! Notes, Ideas & …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5405

Nov 05

Getting to Know AECT Thought Leaders

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. I’m new to AECT, and some colleagues recommended that I attend the Breakfast with Champions on Thursday morning. I’m also new to higher ed educational technology. AECT seems to consider itself THE organization for educational technology and instructional design for higher education. My take is that it is much more research-based …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5407

Nov 04

Games-based learning for exploration and discovery

Blogging the 2014 AECT International Convention. Preconference Workshop: Games-based learning for exploration and discovery Presenters: Hannah R. Gerber, Sam Houston State University; Dodie J. Niemeyer, Sam Houston State University; Carolyn Stufft, Stephen F. Austin State University Interesting Notes and Ideas Universities are starting to give scholarships for esports; the U.S. is starting to give visas to pro-gamers. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5402

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