Managing Information: Part II

The learning process can be made more effective and productive if we can customise the document with necessary annotations and bookmarks that point to specific locations in the document. A free program such as Foxit Reader (http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/) could be used for this task. Foxit Reader helps generate required bookmarks with a few mouse movements. Read more… Source: The Hindu   Using Mendeley’s bookmarklet, Web Importer … Continue reading Managing Information: Part II

Inquiry based learning

Few articles, that I came across recently on inquiry based teaching and learning. Science magazine (www.sciencemag.org) from the US has started a competition on this topic: Teaching Real Science In this issue of Science, we are publishing the first of 15 winning entries for the 2011 Science Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction, a laboratory module entitled Light, Sight, and Rainbows. Created for introductory college science courses, each module can be readily … Continue reading Inquiry based learning