Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute (TEKRI)
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The Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute at Athabasca University has a two-fold mission:
- to promote research and development of technologies that enhance the advancement, application and transfer of human knowledge, and
- to promote the growth of a community of researchers at Athabasca University.
TEKRI achieves this mission through seven key areas of research:
- Open Education
- Social Computing
- Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
- Semantic Technologies
- Adaptivity and Personalization
- Design Based Research
- Learning Analytics & Knowledge
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TEKRI researcher blogs etc
- Providing audio feedback to students: Review of a review
- Why so many questions?
- Digital Learning Research Network Conference
- Scientists: Earth Endangered by New Strain of Fact-Resistant Humans
- The Linearity of Stephen Downes. Or a tale of two Stephens
- The cost of time
- On Research and Academic Diversity
- Preparing for the Digital University
- Can Behavioral Tools Improve Online Student Outcomes? Experimental Evidence from a Massive Open Online Course
- » Assessing teachers’ digital competencies Virtual Canuck
- Assessing teachers’ digital competencies
- Nothing new here: Arizona State and edX partnership
- Another attempt at Flexible Provision of courses
- PISA and irony: The 2015 Brown Center Report on American Education
- Differences between students using PLE and LMS systems
- 24 inches worth
- Top 20 in Educational Technology to Connect with through Social Media - AACE
- Beyond the group: how education is changing and why institutions need to catch up