Higher ed related resources for teaching remotely

COVID-19 Resources for Higher Ed — from EDUCAUSE With the help of the higher ed community, EDUCAUSE continues to compile resources to help you manage […]

[Just out] The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey

In its fourth year, the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey — conducted by Quality Matters and Eduventures Research — delved deeper into key […]

Learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! [Christian]

From DSC: Due to the impacts of the Coronavirus, learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! Each of us has our own […]

My thanks to a friend for causing me to further reflect on this article: “Can computers ever replace the classroom?” [Beard]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Mr. Eric Osterberg — a fraternity brother and friend of mine — for sending me the following article. I […]

Some resources for teaching at home

From DSC: Below are some resources for teaching at home. And some of this (much of this?) is not typical homeschooling, just as much of […]

Why is Microlearning a Good Fit for Gen Z Learners [Infographic]

Why is Microlearning a Good Fit for Gen Z Learners [Infographic] — from blog.commlabindia.com by Mary Silvery Excerpts: Microlearning is small, bite-sized information that is […]

2020 Tech Trends Report [Future Today Institute]

Key takeaways of this report: Welcome to the Synthetic Decade. You’ll soon have augmented hearing and sight. A.I.-as-a-Service and Data-as-a-Service will reshape business. China has […]

How innovations in voice technology are reshaping education [Lee]

How innovations in voice technology are reshaping education — from edsurge.com by Diana Lee Voice is the most accessible form you can think of when […]

How higher education can adapt to the future of work [Jahanian]

How higher education can adapt to the future of work — from weforum.org by Farnam Jahanian, President, Carnegie Mellon University; with thanks to Evan Kirstel […]

How online education went from teaching reform to economic necessity for colleges [Ubell]

How online education went from teaching reform to economic necessity for colleges — from edsurge.com by Robert Ubell Excerpt (emphasis DSC): When online was first […]

To what extent do we incorporate learner agency into our classrooms? [Stewart Hase] More choice. More control.

#heutagogy For those with some time to spare, here is my Keynote at the SOTEL Symposium in Auckland a couple of weeks ago. https://t.co/5xj9Km2q3s — […]

For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to pedagogies

From DSC — and with a shout out to Brad Sousa for this resource: For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to […]

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