Thank you for considering contributing to the blog!
Below you will find some guidelines of how to create your post. Following them will help us editing the blog and will ensure the publication of the post.
Among the topics which are covered by the blog are tool reviews and demos, student feedback on tools used in class, tutorials and any other post which is relevant to technologies used in and out of the classroom.
Posts can also cover technologies which you wish you had in class. Such a technology or a similar one might already exist or the idea can serve as the basis of a technology developed in AUP in a student project or class.
Posts can be long or short, detailed or not, about concrete tools or required ones. Any post which refer to using technologies in education will be considered.
We especially welcome student feedback and opinions about tools used in class.
In order to submit a post, you need first to contact us in order to be added as a contributor. Please use the contact form to send us a request.
As mentioned above, posts can be of any topic, as long as they relate to technologies in education. Please make sure to apply the appropriate categories and tags in order to make your post accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
If you review a tool or supply a demo, please try to include some screenshots of the tool as well as links to other sources about it. Please make sure to assign the right category (review, demo, etc.). Tags should include at least the tool name. You can apply as many tags and categories as deem fit.
In case you would like to post a feedback about one of the tools reviewed, please make sure to tag your post with the tool name and assign it the Feedback category. Your feedback can include your impression of the tool., its value to your learning experience, its ease of use and remarks about the way the instructor has used this tool in class and any advice or suggestions for future use. Such posts are very valuable and we encourage students to write even short posts about their experiences. Students can also comment on existing posts.
We are looking forward to your contribution!
The AUP Tech for Education Team.