Learners: Putting the No in Notifications

On Curbing Smartphone Use for a More Conducive Learning Environment A child was at play in the wilderness on a hot summer day. They were […]

Democratizing Higher Education Through Online Course Delivery

“Our society cannot afford a two-tiered system in which the affluent have access to superior education … Academic excellence, educational equity, and fairness demand a […]

The Online Teacher

You can buy caviar online. With little more know-how than it takes to, say, send an email to a relative across the country, you can […]

Harry Potter, but Make it Online Learning: Gamifying Education

I spent my teenage years waiting for a letter that never came—an owl-delivered offer of admission from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. At the […]

Are You Zoom-Fatigued or Are You Just Fatigue-Fatigued?

The Case for Human Imperfection in Synchronous eLearning You’re in a Zoom meeting. Your posture is first-rate, and the forty-three muscles in your face are […]

If We’re “All in This Together,” Why Do I Feel So Alone?

Addressing pandemic-related isolation and loneliness from an eLearning perspective Remember, in elementary school, when your teacher would turn from the blackboard at the exact moment […]

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