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Faculty are teaching more on-campus courses with online components. They’re exploring new ways of packaging online content for different audiences with varied needs. And they’re asking the big questions about … Continue reading
Source: Tomorrows-Professor The posting below is an abstract of an interesting, and somewhat controversial TEDx talk on the future of higher education by Michele R. Pistone, professor of Law, and … Continue reading
Technology should not be used as a method for delivering information to learners, but instead it should be used as tools to assist learners in developing knowledge. Technologies should engage … Continue reading
Overview Adaptive release allows instructors and course designers to release course content based on rules that they create; in other words, you can control what content is made available to … Continue reading
“A free exchange of ideas, opinions, and feelings is the lifeblood of collaborative learning.” – J. McKinley Discussion forums can serve as a learning tool that fosters in-depth, academic discussion, … Continue reading
“What we thought was the horizon of our potential turns out to be only the foreground.” Tom Roberts Educator A Blog Tool is a tool which provides an online forum, … Continue reading
Discussion Boards can serve as a learning tool that fosters in-depth, academic discussion, an arena in which students work collaboratively or conduct peer analysis, or simply a place where they … Continue reading
In all offerings the direction of the content for this course is defined by the instructor but the actual content is driven by student interests. Students are provided with a series of industries and guiding questions that they use as a basis for designing their own learning opportunities. In many cases the design of this course assisted the students in going above and beyond the course expectations.