Developing a learning culture: A framework for the growth of teaching expertise [Chick, Kenny, Berenson, Johnson, Keegan, Read, & Reid]

Developing a learning culture: A framework for the growth of teaching expertise — from facultyfocus.com by Nancy Chick, Natasha Kenny, Carol Berenson, Carol Johnson, David […]

Grade Increase: Tracking Distance Education in the United States [Seaman, Allen, & Seaman]

  Grade Increase: Tracking Distance Education in the United States Julia E. Seaman, Ph.D. | Research Director, Babson Survey Research Group I. Elaine Allen, Ph.D. […]

“If we’re in higher education to educate, Jillian Joyce asks, what keeps college teachers from learning more about teaching?” [Joyce]

Why Don’t Educators in Higher Ed Take Education Classes? — from insidehighered.com by Jillian Joyce If we’re in higher education to educate, Jillian Joyce asks, […]

DC: Helping our students in K-20 learn how to learn. Post includes several resources re: metacognition.

From DSC: From an early age, we need to help our students learn how to learn. What tips, advice, and/or questions can we help our […]

OER Adoptions on the Rise [McKenzie]

OER Adoptions on the Rise — from insidehighered.com by Lindsay McKenzie The number of faculty members choosing open educational resources over traditional textbooks has nearly […]

DC: This is what I mean by saying institutions of traditional higher ed aren’t keeping pace w/ the new, exponential pace of change

From DSC: Regarding the article below…why did it take Udacity needing to team up with Infosys to offer this type of program and curriculum? Where […]

How a Flipped Syllabus, Twitter and YouTube Made This Professor Teacher of the Year [Anderson]

How a Flipped Syllabus, Twitter and YouTube Made This Professor Teacher of the Year — from edsurge.com by Bruce Anderson Excerpt: A few years after […]

DC: How soon before teachers/professors/trainers can quickly reconfigure their rooms’ settings via their voices?

From DSC: After looking at the items below, I wondered… How soon before teachers/professors/trainers can quickly reconfigure their rooms’ settings via their voices? For example, […]

The Section 508 Refresh and What It Means for Higher Education [LaGrow]

The Section 508 Refresh and What It Means for Higher Education — from er.educause.edu by Martin LaGrow Excerpts (emphasis DSC): Higher education should now be […]

Nice experimentation going on at Michigan State — connecting remote learners with each other in new ways

Robots in the Classroom: How a Program at Michigan State Is Taking Blended Learning to New Places — from news.elearninginside.com by Henry Kronk; with thanks to […]

Provosts, Pedagogy, and Digital Learning [Green, Cook, Niesen de Abruna, & Rogers]

Provosts, Pedagogy, and Digital Learning — from er.educause.edu by Kenneth Green, Charles Cook, Laura Niesen de Abruna and Patricia Rogers Panel members from an EDUCAUSE […]

Reaching All Learners by Leveraging Universal Design for Learning in Online Courses [Bowery & Houston]

Reaching All Learners by Leveraging Universal Design for Learning in Online Courses — from by Roy Bowery and Leonia Houston Key Takeaways An instructional design […]

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