Quality Control: Best Practices in Online Course Design and Delivery

Like any other product or service, online course design and development must be subjected to quality control (QC) standards to ensure that its users’ needs […]

Online Education: Your Chance To Enhance Job Skills In Today’s World

In this article, a brief story about the importance of online education will be explained and how it is helping in redefining and reshaping the […]

How tech encouraged creativity in one of my students.

Our class topic was ‘Coasts’ and the students certainly enjoyed learning all about their features. I was really pleased when a student, in his own […]

Let’s build facilities that have *multiple* types of production/recording studios — then let faculty pick which one(s) they want to use. [Christian]

From DSC: The following article reminded me of a vision that I’ve had for the last few years… How to Build a Production Studio for […]

The LMS Meets 2017: Top 15 Learning Tech Predictions

Hands down, our learning technology “predictions” list is our favorite post to develop each year.  These aren’t Nostradamus-style prophecies.  Rather, they are educated guesses about learning […]

Online Hours #EduBlogsClub

Getting work done for me revolves around my kids and their schedules (2007, 2011). This is an excellent prompt from #EduBlogsClub, share our work spaces! Allow […]

Three Things about SAMR

Recently I listened to SAMR described in a new way which changed my opinion of its immediate usefulness with educators. When you view popular SAMR graphics you may […]

Comparing Video Hosting, Transcribing, and Captioning Tools

Video is a powerful instructional tool, but some of your students will need the extra step of captions in order to fully appreciate the message […]

Packaging Your Content for Monetization

Across the customer bases of our clients, we have seen a high correlation between learning and buying. When somebody wants to polish skills, reach new […]

Said of retail stores: “Too late to catch up; out of touch.” Could this scenario of the closing of the brick & mortar facilities also happen to higher education? [Christian]

From DSC: When I turned on the TV the other day, our local news station was playing a piece re: the closing of several stores […]


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Are schools providing students with the skills to succeed in a technological world?

By Carolyn Lewis, Managing Director, eLearning Marketplace Ltd EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) has published their Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, […]