“What will learning look like this fall?” [Instructure | Canvas]

What will learning look like this fall? — excerpt and resources below are from Instructure’s Canvas CSM June 2020 Newsletter Institutions across the world are […]

Just-in-time online tutoring: Supporting learning anywhere, anytime [Hrastinski]

Just-in-time online tutoring: Supporting learning anywhere, anytime — from er.educause.edu by Stefan Hrastinski Excerpt: What if learning could be supported anywhere, anytime, based on the […]

Reflections on “Colleges cut academic programs in the face of budget shortfalls due to Covid-19” [Dickler]

Colleges cut academic programs in the face of budget shortfalls due to Covid-19 — from cnbc.com by Jessica Dickler Key points: As colleges face extreme […]

The “new normal” paradox: What COVID-19 has revealed about higher education [Crow]

The “new normal” paradox: What COVID-19 has revealed about higher education — from bigthink.com by Dr. Michael Crow, President of ASU Excerpt: Third, it is […]

What to Do for Families With Internet Access Too Slow for Remote Learning

The urgency to resolve these issues is high as many schools appear likely to continue remote learning for at least some students next school year.

Using this type of tool could offer you significant time savings, especially when grading! [Christian]

From DSC: After reading the following item from Jeremy Caplan’s most recent e-newsletter entitled, “Tiny Stuff I Love“… Alfred = Saves me time on copying and […]

The slippery slope of using drones — especially when it’s governments doing it

From DSC: I can’t help but reflect on how slippery the slope is when we start talking about using drones — especially as sponsored and […]

Learning channels of the future will offer us more choice. More control. [Christian]

  From DSC: And this phenomenon of learning from the living [class] room will likely pick up steam; some learning-related services are already heading that […]

Tech conferences are going virtual, and it feels like Netflix content on demand [Swartz]

Tech conferences are going virtual, and it feels like Netflix content on demand — from .marketwatch.com by Jon Swartz Excerpt: Such is the new world […]

Why Helping Families Access the Internet Is So Challenging

Internet access remains out of reach for millions of homes across America, but federal officials don't agree on the scale of the problem.

Johns Hopkins trains 22,000 contact tracers on Coursera in the first week [Maggioncalda]

Johns Hopkins trains 22,000 contact tracers on Coursera in the first week — from blog.coursera.org by Jeff Maggioncalda Excerpt: We are highly encouraged by the […]

Homework gap a growing focus for nonprofits, lawmakers as closures persist [De La Rosa]

Homework gap a growing focus for nonprofits, lawmakers as closures persist — from educationdive.com by Shawna De La Rosa Excerpt: Dive Brief: After declaring success […]

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