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Agilix’s Publish Anywhere Delivers Learning Content to Any LMS

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The Getting Smart team shares more about the launch of Agilix's new product Publish Anywhere, powered by Buzz that enables content providers to deliver best-in-class courses and learning content to customers.

How User Design Can Impact Engagement and Learning for K-12 Students

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By: Danielle Reid. Daniel shares how user interface (UI) design and, more broadly, user experience (UX) design – can be the deciding factor for the level of impact an education application or platform has on a student, particularly in the K-12 market.

Global Classroom: How 65,000 Teachers are Teaching Over Half a Million Chinese Students Online

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A look at how the world’s most valuable online education company, and the fastest growing startup in all of China, is teaching over half a million students English and creating a great place to work for teachers.

Supporting Student Success in Online Learning

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By: Dov Friedman. In honor of Digital Learning Day, Dov shares how online learning gives students convenience and flexibility but there are a number of barriers standing in the way of student success in an online environment.

4 Reasons to Attend the Inaugural Digital Learning Annual Conference

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If you're not already planning to be part of the inaugural Digital Learning Annual Conference in Austin this spring, you should add it to your list. Here are four reasons why (hint: one reason may be a discount code just for our readers) we think you should attend!

Flip the Traditional Into Amazing: Creative Uses for Flipgrid

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Why Flipgrid? According to Getting Smart teacher blogger, John Hardison, it "offers these students an engaging and reliable platform to express their knowledge, questions, and creativity."

Online Education Connecting Learners to Enterprising Teachers Worldwide

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Today MOOCs are available by the thousands on marketplace platforms with global reach. But there is also another tier of online courses feeding global education, offered not by universities but by individuals. Learning platforms such as Teachable, Thinkific, and Ruzuku have flipped the script on MOOCs: now anyone anywhere can not only take an online course but build and teach one, too.

New Guide Helps Parents Support Students in LEADing in Their Learning

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Following the success of both the "Learning Differences MOOC-Ed" for educators and the "Students LEAD" course, The Friday Institute launched "Letting Students LEAD," a parent-directed companion resource to further support maximizing student learning.

Cheating 2.0: How to Fight Back Against ‘Contract Cheating’

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By: Dennis Pierce. Essay-writing and homework completion services are proliferating across the web. We should be teaching our students that this "contract cheating" is not a victimless crime, that not all students are doing it, that it’s not harmless, and that it’s not okay.

5 Resources for National Summer Learning Day

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How are you celebrating National Summer Learning Day? Here are 5 resources to help get you started and keep you learning.

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