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Transforming Assessment online seminar: Adaptive comparative judgement for grading project-based assessment (1 June).

Transforming Assessment online seminar: Adaptive comparative judgement for grading project-based assessment

All sessions at no cost.

Presenter: Professor Richard Kimbell (Goldsmiths College, University of London)

Job Opening: Loyola University Maryland - Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor (or Instructor) Educational Technology

Loyola University Maryland is looking for a Visiting Assistant Professor in Educational Technology starting Fall 2016 to be part of our growing Masters program in Educational Technology. Please see the link below for details.

http://careers.loyola.edu:80/postings/1904
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David M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Educational Technology Program Director
Department of Education Specialties
Loyola University Maryland

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Google Buys World Lens and Makes it Free!

Google has apparently bought the popular iOS and Android visual translation app Word Lens. This software uses a smartphone camera to translate signs in real time into the users native language. Currently you can translate back and forth from English to German, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese,and Russian, all for free. If you have an iOS or Android phone, you might want to check it out. Language teachers, this could make for some fun interactive assignments and discussions in language classrooms.

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