Newsletter #34 (October, 2017)

TPACK Newsletter, Issue #34: October 2017 Welcome to the thirty-fourth edition of the (approximately bimonthly) TPACK Newsletter! TPACK work is continuing worldwide. This document contains recent updates to that work that we hope will be interesting and useful to you, our subscribers. If you are not sure what TPACK is, please surf over to http://www.tpack.org/

Newsletter #33 (June, 2017)

TPACK Newsletter, Issue #33: June 2017 Welcome to the thirty-third edition of the (approximately bimonthly) TPACK Newsletter! TPACK work is continuing worldwide. This document contains recent updates to that work that we hope will be interesting and useful to you, our subscribers. If you are not sure what TPACK is, please surf over to http://www.tpack.org/

Newsletter #32 (March, 2017)

TPACK Newsletter, Issue #32: March 2017 Welcome to the thirty-second edition of the (approximately bimonthly) TPACK Newsletter, and HAPPY 8th BIRTHDAY to this publication! TPACK work is continuing worldwide. This document contains recent updates to that work that we hope will be interesting and useful to you, our subscribers. If you are not sure what

New SITE TPACK SIG Leadership

At the 2017 SITE conference, the TPACK Special Interest Group (SIG) thanked Josh Rosenberg for his excellent leadership and service during his 2-year term as co-chair of the SIG. The SIG also welcomed the new co-chair Teresa Seat Foulger, who will work with the existing co-chair Mamta Shah to guide TPACK related activities for SITE

New TPACK articles on Mendeley

Two new TPACK articles have been tagged in the TPACK bibliography on Mendeley: Yeh, Y. F., Hsu, Y. S., Wu, H. K., & Chien, S. P. (2017). Exploring the structure of TPACK with video-embedded and discipline-focused assessments. Computers and Education, 104, 49-64. Elsevier Ltd. ABSTRACT: The appropriate selection and implementation of technology in instruction is

Welcome to the new TPACK.org website

The tpack.org website has been significantly redesigned in order to make the site more usable, and accessible to all. Some highlights of new site design: Accounts are no longer needed – everything is available to everyone Comments, including questions and answers are done using Facebook comments Find the resources you want using the menu at