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EPET wins National Award!

What a year this is turning out to be! Maintaining its status as one of the premier programs of its kind in the nation, the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Program at Michigan State University received the 2013 Best Practice Award for the Innovative Use… Continue Reading →

ideaplay’s take on #ifihadglass

Dear readers, We have submitted an application to Google’s Project Glass.  We have done this on behalf of the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program here at MSU so please support us in this endeavor by retweeting this tweet. If… Continue Reading →

Aaron Einfeld on Faculty Attitudes & E-learning

The impact of faculty attitudes towards online education cannot be  overestimated. Policy makers and administrators can push for more online elements in any curriculum they wish but when it comes to implementation, faculty will always remain in the driver’s seat…. Continue Reading →

Through the Looking Glass

Sandra Sawaya and I are very excited about the latest Google competition for creativity and innovation – a chance to explore applications for their new Google Glass (#ifihadglass). As graduate researchers at the CEPSE / COE Design Studio at MSU, we help… Continue Reading →

Yining Zhang Reflects on Serendipity in Learning 3.0

Yining Zhang is a first year PhD student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program here at Michigan State University. She is also one of a handful of students who have had the opportunity to experience synchronous hybrid learning… Continue Reading →

What Matchbox 20 Can Tell Us About Synchronous Hybrid Learning

This past Saturday, I had the chance to go see Matchbox 20 perform live.  Now, I can almost hear you wondering: How can attending a concert give thoughts to hybrid learning?  Did I peak your interests yet?  Let me walk… Continue Reading →

Playing (and working) well with others

There are many descriptions of graduate school as a solitary endeavor.  On the contrary, I’ve worked with colleagues and faculty more closely than at any point in my life as a student or a professional.  I have repeatedly been impressed… Continue Reading →

Is Education Worth the Cost?

I question this as I pull out of our driveway, onto the road white with snow and ice that takes me to the closest high speed internet 12 miles away at McDonald’s.  A freshly made coffee cake and a pineapple… Continue Reading →

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