Wednesday, March 28
5:45 PM-7:00 PM
Edison Ballroom D

Exploring Twine and Its Use In Active Learning Online

Poster/Demo ID: 52095
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    Brianne Jackson
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    Virginia Thompson
    Virginia Commonwealth University

Abstract: Simulations allow online instructors the ability to transform their instruction to a more student-centered model (Anderson & Barnett, 2013; Boyle, MacArthur, Connolly, Hainey, Manea, Kӓrki & Van Rosmalen, 2014) Use of simulations has been a part of professional training for nearly a half a century (de Jong, 2011), and continues to be popular today This best practices session, will discuss the origins of the simulation tool “Twine” and how it is being used for instruction in higher education Additionally, the session will offer session attendees resources for getting started using Twine

Presider: Rashid Khan, DCC- King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran Saudi Arabia


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