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Snow Day (from 3/3/14)

As I, once again, sit here in my pajamas enjoying the glory of a “free day” snow day, I begin to think about Distance Education (because, well, why wouldn’t I?)  This is my 6th snow day this school year, all of which have come during this, my first term taking online courses.  146 more words

Chapter 6: Technologies of Online Learning (E-Learning) (from 3/18/14)

As I read through the chapter on the technologies of online learning (Elliott and McGreal) I am encouraged by the advances discussed.  Most of the things that bother me about distance education thus far, are being addressed by new multimedia technologies.   78 more words

Distance Education: Latest Articles On Taylor & Francis Online

Yesterday I had notice of a full issue on this one, and today here is an early access notice…

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A professional may be an employee of an organisation who has started his career at the entry level of the organisation. This professional would consider his career successful if he reaches the top echelons of his organisation within a reasonable period of time. 290 more words

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Using video in distance education teaching materials

Once again, it’s time to review student feedback, and student still indicate a desire (not huge, but present) to have a formal lecture. It’s an interesting dilemma to consider as a course developer – students appear to want what they do not then appear to use. 881 more words

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Distance Education: Latest Articles On Taylor & Francis Online

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They won’t release their grip… wind them into the ground!

Today we are going to look at chain a couple of techniques together, or follow up techniques when the first technique does not go as planned. 335 more words