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Problem of Practice Intro and Overview

This week in CEP 817:  Learning Technology Through Design, I was asked to brainstorm about various problems of practice within the workplace to use throughout the course.   461 more words

Technology-Based Learning Environments: Instructional Design

Online courses are being offered in almost every higher education institution in the United States. According to E-learning Industry, by 2019, more than half of all college classes will be offered online (2013) The effects of online learning on students’ performance continue to be studied and debated as a result of this recent phenomenon in education. 513 more words

Blended Learning

Flipped Off

While the so-called flipped classroom may be all the rage right now*, I want to take a minute to talk about flipping the instructors and the  1,683 more words

Back To School Blather

What to do about the Credit Hour?

As it so often does, the Chronicle had a very interesting story that got me thinking about changes in Higher Education. The Credit Hour is so ubiquitous for most of us that we can’t really imagine using any other kind of measurement for tracking college credit. 169 more words

General Education

On Teaching Online: How to Begin

GOA’s Director of Teaching and Learning, Eric Hudson, is teaching “Advocacy” this semester. Every week, he will blog about his experience designing and facilitating this online course for high school students. 785 more words

Online Learning

5 academic Tumblrs you should be following

Are you a Tumblr user, like so many other college students? The ability to combine text with photography, sound and video makes Tumblr an exciting online space replete with blogs by artists, authors and plenty of ordinary people as well! 662 more words


The Scoop on Online Classes

Last semester, I took two online classes. This semester, I’m doing everything online. That’s mainly because the campus is a solid half hour drive away from me – when the traffic’s good. 502 more words