DSC: These items hit home to the world I live in…big time! What a riot!

From DSC: With a shout out to a colleague of mine for these resources:   DC: This hits home to the world I live in…big […]

Next-gen supercomputers are fast-tracking treatments for the coronavirus in a race against time [Wood]

From DSC: On one hand: Next-gen supercomputers are fast-tracking treatments for the coronavirus in a race against time  — from cnbc.com by Charlie Wood Key […]

Coursera, EdX offer free access to courses for universities impacted by Coronavirus [Kelly]

Coursera, EdX offer free access to courses for universities impacted by Coronavirus — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly With universities all over the world looking […]

Coronavirus has led to a rush of online teaching. Here’s some advice for newly remote instructors [Young & Stachowiak]

 Coronavirus has led to a rush of online teaching. Here’s some advice for newly remote instructors — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young & Bonni Stachowiak […]

“Coronavirus school cancellations lead to education tech surge” + “Top learning tools when school is closed” + others

Coronavirus school cancellations lead to education tech surge –– from finance.yahoo.com by Reggie Wade Excerpt: Online learning tools like Zoom (ZM), Instructure’s (INST) Canvas, Cisco […]

6 Tips for Moving In-Person Courses On-Line

Transitioning your courses from an in-person to an on-line environment? Here are some tips to help the process go smoothly. As online education has grown […]

For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in this new video regarding what’s called “cognitive load” [Christian]

From DSC: For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in a new video that I put together regarding cognitive […]

Johns Hopkins dashboard maps global coronavirus cases [Kelly] + other resources re: the coronavirus

Johns Hopkins dashboard maps global coronavirus cases — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly Excerpt: The Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University has developed an interactive, web-based […]

Georgetown Law announces two new degrees, including nation’s first “Master of Law and Technology” Program for non-lawyers

Georgetown Law announces two new degrees, including nation’s first “Master of Law and Technology” Program for non-lawyers — from law.georgetown.edu Classes will start fall 2020 […]

6 items re: preparing for the Coronavirus + ideas for teaching during campus closures

Getting Campuses Ready for the Coronavirus — from insidehighered.com by Chuck Staben What should leaders be doing to prepare their colleges if the situation worsens? […]

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 […]

Should You Switch from Moodle to LearnDash?

It’s now easier than ever to switch from Moodle to LearnDash. Here’s why you should. You’re starting an online course. What platform should you use? […]

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