From DSC: My reflections from catching a cup of coffee with an experienced, wise, elderly learning expert.

From DSC: I sat down for a cup of coffee the other day with an experienced, wise, elderly learning expert. He was virtually a walking […]

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 […]

A game to help students pay the right price for college [Lieber]

A game to help students pay the right price for college — from nytimes.com by Ron Lieber Excerpt: In the last big economic downturn, back […]

McKinsey: Automation may wipe out 1/3 of America’s workforce by 2030 [LeVine] DC: Higher education is not ready for this!

McKinsey: automation may wipe out 1/3 of America’s workforce by 2030 — from axios.com by Steve LeVine Excerpt (emphasis DSC): In a new study that […]

Helping students learn how to learn: “A better way to study through self-testing & distributed practice” [Wallis]

From DSC: I’m posting this in an effort to: Help students learn how to learn Help students achieve the greatest possible returns on their investments […]

How to be an ed tech futurist [Alexander]

How to be an ed tech futurist — from campustechnology.com by Bryan Alexander While no one can predict the future, these forecasting methods will help […]

High-Tech, High Touch: Digital Learning Report and Workbook, 2017 Edition [ Intentional Futures]

High-Tech, High Touch: Digital Learning Report and Workbook, 2017 Edition — from Intentional Futures, with thanks to Maria Andersen on Linkedin for her posting therein […]

Expert Dive: Active Learning in STEM Courses [Teaching in Higher Ed podcast]

Expert Dive: Active Learning in STEM Courses — from teachinginhighered.com by Bonni Stachowiak     As part of ACUE’s Expert Dive series and collaboration with the Teaching […]

“It is predicted that 50% of current jobs will disappear by 2030.” Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life & Work [Wade]

Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life and Work — from huffingtonpost.com by Sophie Wade Excerpt (emphasis DSC): A […]

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