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Instructional Design Review - A Coursera Course

For my final project, I selected a Coursera course –  “Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I – this course focuses on the common growth challenges faced by existing private businesses when they attempt to grow substantially.” (1)  This is a course offered through Coursera in a partnership with the University of Virginia and is a 7 week course with the final week concluding in an exam.  946 more words


The Stories Data Can Tell: "Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking)"

Data has this marvelous capacity to show patterns of human behavior, tell stories and even predict what we are going to do next. It’s the premise of “Dataclysm”—the stories data tells about what we value, how we think and act. 999 more words

Online Teaching And Learning

What might the Learning Analytics process look like from my perspective?

The starting point for this post is firstly to admit I’m not technical, and secondly, admit I’m no expert on the nuisances of Learning Analytics. However, I am asked quite regularly about it, and I do try to explain what is required from various perspectives. 503 more words

Notes from the AECT 2015

At Indianapolis, Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Nov, 6, 2015

  • My presentation, Collaboration study: talked with Dr. Brill after my presentation, she submitted a paper about ID students’ learning from peer-reviewing. 
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Educational Technology

There is a Role for Well-Crafted Assessments

The role of well-crafted assessments in analysis of course design is of high importance.   In my own organization with our recently introduced personalized online learning environment, our content was built with assessments after most video or documentation discussions (some added together for a full curriculum).  506 more words