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. […]

DC: Reflections on “TV is (finally) an app: The goods, the bads and the uglies for learning” [Norris & Soloway]

TV is (finally) an app: The goods, the bads and the uglies for learning — from thejournal.com by Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway Excerpts: Television. TV. […]

Twitter Profiles Should SING! Does Yours?

An Easy Twitter Strategy for Online Teachers & Education Businesses…   Twitter profiles are vitally important on this social media platform. Your profile is the […]

“Utilize virtual showrooms | See stores in your living room.” DC: If this is how retail could go, what might be the ramifications for learning-related environments & for learners’ expectations?

Cisco: “Utilize virtual showrooms | See stores in your living room.” DC: If this is how retail could go, what might be the ramifications for […]

DC: The next generation learning platform will likely offer us such virtual reality-enabled learning experiences such as this “flight simulator for teachers.”

Virtual reality simulates classroom environment for aspiring teachers — from phys.org by Charles Anzalone, University at Buffalo Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Two University at Buffalo education researchers […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Lecture capture — as ubiquitous as online teaching

Digital technology has been a massive boon for students and educators. By incorporating online learning components, teachers can make the material more compelling and engaging, […]

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 […]

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