Combining the power of WordPress with the logistical advantages of the Learning Management System (LMS) is an ideal way to facilitate dynamic learning experiences for your students. Whether you want to host a class blog, publish an open textbook or utilize WordPress plugins within the LMS, you can integrate these tools into your course design…
Contributor: Keegan Long-Wheeler
Educator | Open Practitioner | Web Creator | Design Dabbler | Instructional Hacker/Remixer | Game Maker | Ed Technologist/Problem solver of last resort at the Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of Oklahoma. Let's make learning more fun, together! I’m a certified chemistry teacher and I use my background in science, pedagogies, and technical expertise to provide others with holistic solutions to their instructional and technological needs. Typically, my students are faculty, instructors, and graduate students who want to learn more about integrating technologies into their courses.
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