Monthly Archives: September 2015

New publication by Lisa Halverson

Lisa Halverson continues to rack up impressive academic publications.  Here is the link to her latest: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Rlvl1Hucd2hfB. Curtis Henrie, Lisa Halverson, & Charles Graham, “Measuring Student Engagement in Technology-Mediated Learning: A Review” Computers & Education 90/1, pp. 36-53.  

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Autumn and New Beginnings

Last autumn I launched a new beginning, writing for the Deseret News.  My first article was entitled, Autumn and New Beginnings.  This is a perfect time of year to start anew.

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BYU Entrepreneurship Week, September 28 – October 2

BYU has one of the top entrepreneurship programs in the nation.  The annual entrepreneurship week (or eWeek) is jam packed with great entrepreneurial events for BYU students to participate in. A complete list of all of the week’s events can … Continue reading

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The Modern-Day Tyndale Moment: Increase Scriptural Literacy

The Modern-Day Tyndale Moment: Increase Scriptural Literacy on the Deseret News. Today we are living in another transformative period — the digital age. A new age means a new Tyndale moment. We need an explosion of learning resources contextually connected to … Continue reading

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John 10 and Hearing Unto Salvation

“In this Feast of Dedication context, Jesus is in the temple teaching that salvation comes to those who hear his voice as the good shepherd. But because of their history, and their future expectations, many Jews could not imagine a … Continue reading

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