#LTHEchat 217: Symbiotic versus Parasitic Aggregation–Good Practice for Social Media

Originally posted on #LTHEchat:
Led by: Dr Linnea Soler @DrLinneaSoler & Dr Nathalie Tasler @drntasler Image from Pixaby by Gerhard G “There’s often a thin line between aggregation and theft. Sending readers to savor the work of others at the sites where they publish — that’s one thing. Excerpting or paraphrasing at length, so the…

Review: Hochschulbildungsforschung Chapter 5

Scharlau, I. (2019) Sich verständigen. Überlegungen zur Frage der Evidenzbasierung. In Hochschulbildungsforschung (pp. 105-124). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-20309-2_8 Some quotes from the chapter and some paraphrasing for which I used blackout poetry to help me translate. The rest of translation was done though Google. Hope it makes as much sense as the German… Maybe a […]

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Chapter 4

Langemeyer, I. (2019). Zur erkenntnistheoretischen, praktischen und politischen Relevanz einer Hochschulbildungsforschung. In Hochschulbildungsforschung (pp. 57–72). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-20309-2_5 I think my key message from this chapter was: The authors state that as of now there is no point to pay attention to inclusion or exclusion criteria for a definition of SoTL; but to engage […]