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New Wine into Old Wineskins

I teach online courses which are only a minor part of the institutional process.  Classes, teaching, libraries, start and stop dates for terms and so on are all based on the in-class model.   381 more words


Can You Survive on the Ground?

Sorry I’m a little late getting today’s blog out.

Today let’s focus on a little ground self-defence. We have had discussions before on the difference between sport grappling and self-defence so I won’t go into again here. 314 more words

eEducation and eLearning

As I am currently continuing my education with an MA in eEducation at FernUni Hagen, I am hopefully soon to complete module 3 (Developing New Media) . 312 more words


Update on the Five Types of State Authorization Regulations

Hello from Washington, DC and the NACUA (National Association of College and University Attorneys) Annual Conference. As part of my role on a state authorization panel, I was asked to give an overview of the Department of Education’s state authorization regulations. 1,283 more words

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Tetrad of Online Learning (Module 2)

The notion of distance learning is not a new concept.  In fact, distance learning has actually been occurring since the early 1700s (Dumbauld, 2014), though some claim it wasn’t until 1840s, over a century later, when Isaac Pittman began teaching students shorthand by mailing homework assignment to students (Leeuwe, n.d.).   167 more words

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Grace to Love

June 25, 2015 “Dear children! Also today the Most High gives me the grace to be able to love you and to call you to conversion.

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B. Tech Course Part-Time – Always Choose a Trusted University to Pursue Such Course

Today, a large number of people seem to be attracted towards engineering course after successful completion of their intermediate course. Well, the reason is not unknown for anyone. 196 more words

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