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LOTRO and Tolkien

Modes of Storytelling

This week we’re going to put the concept of remediation to work as we begin to compare the three modes; Novel, Movie and Game. 14,620 more words

Online Games

Jay Clayton reblogged this on Syllabus - Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative and commented:

Many thanks to Claire-Louise Taylor for transcribing the whole week of lectures!

Poor Results from Online Courses

There are substantial differences in MOOCs and in online courses taken for credit from California Community Colleges (CACCs). MOOCs are most often free and seldom for credit. 565 more words

Blended Learning

Anant Agarwal: Why massively open online courses (still) matter

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Anant Agarwal is president of edX, a partnership of MIT and Harvard to provide MOOCs. He is also a professor of MIT with background in electrical engineering and computer science. 314 more words

Will Online Learning Help Students?

My recent posts about UC Scout helping low-income students increase access to A-G and AP courses caused me to reflect about an experience while I was principal of a small high school (350 students). 546 more words

Blended Learning

Created strong foundation in about knowing more about China! Thanks HKUST!

How I came to know this course?

I have been always curious to know more about China. China, being my neighboring country, I always got to read more about the cultural relations prevailed between India & China. 869 more words

Envisioning 21st Century Global Manager

Mythgard Institute's Fall 2014 course, Lewis & Tolkien, by Professor Corey Olsen

I’m just wondering if I can take this.

http://www.mythgard.org/academics/fall-2014-courses/lewis-tolkien/

Mythgard Institute’s one of Fall 2014 course, Lewis & Tolkien, taught by Professor Corey Olsen. How tempting. 44 more words