9 tips for successfully including peer collaboration in an online course

There are still many preconceptions regarding which types of tasks cannot occur online. Often when I ask new clients why they opt for a ‘blended’ […]

Why I love working with e-learning sceptics

Two weeks ago, I was contacted by someone on the L&D team of an NGO. She said the organisation is aiming to add an e-learning […]

How a few easy tweaks can improve your online icebreakers

A new group is ready to start the e-facilitation workshop on Monday: 25 people from 17 different countries will learn together over the next 5 […]

5 words to avoid in e-learning for professional development

If you want your adult learners to run a mile from your course, ‘teach’ them content, call them ‘students’ and make them submit an ‘assignment’ […]

Three essential components of participatory e-learning

Participatory means providing the opportunity for people to be involved in deciding how something is done. The term is mostly used in politics and training/education […]

How do I know what e-learning approach is right for what topic?

You might have set up a webinar program because … well, everyone else in your sector is doing their training that way. And because the […]

Heads-up higher ed! These vendors can help us bring remote learners into our face-to-face based classrooms! [Christian]

From DSC: In terms of learning, having to be in the same physical place as others continues to not be a requirement nearly as much […]

What are the ramifications for higher education re: the *massive* changes beginning to take place due to AI, automation, & robotics?

From DSC: The recent pieces below made me once again reflect on the massive changes that are quickly approaching — and in some cases are […]

Student debt was at $1.3 trillion in 2016 per a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of NY

Federal Reserve Bank of New York: Press Briefing on Household Debt, with Focus on Student Debt — with thanks to Mr. Bryan Alexander for his […]

Five Things to Look for in a Mentor

Let me be straightforward. I am a flaming fan of mentorship. As I’ve served as mentor and grown as a mentee (protégé), I’ve become a […]

Reflections on “The Blockchain Revolution and Higher Education” [Tapscott & Tapscott]

The Blockchain Revolution and Higher Education — from er.educause.edu by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott The blockchain provides a rich, secure, and transparent platform on […]

“Students of the Future” — a short video from Educause

  Description: A portrait of the tools and technology that students of the future might encounter.

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