Tag Archives: online education

Do you have the right attitude toward your eLearning?

I have been participating in a MOOC that I am involved with through NovoEd, called Creativity: Music to My Ears. It started last week and the instructor, Tina Seeling from Stanford University shared recently that if we want to be … Continue reading

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Let’s talk more about the verb than the noun!

I enjoyed the Global Education Conference last week. I virtually attended a handful of sessions related some of my professional interests, e.g., online classes, online programs, MOOCs, badges vs. grades, creativity, DIY, students as “makers” or “curators,” higher order thinking … Continue reading

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Guiding principles to help us be more intentional about our course designs…

I found Tom Kuhlmann guiding principles inspiring today in an attempt to get all of us designers intentional about our course designs. Sounds like a no brainier… would we not be intentional? Here is what he shared: Even if the … Continue reading

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Currently researching technologies that complement our online classes…

I am now involved in an interdepartmental group—Complementing Technologies. The group just started up and we are researching technologies out there that complement what we do in our online courses. I just sent out an email to two of my … Continue reading

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Getting and/or Redesigning Content

The following are some notes that I will use for a presentation that I am giving to my department about how, I as a designer, get or redesign content that I receive from instructors for their online courses. Each heading … Continue reading

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Future of Education?

Check out How the Internet is Revolutionizing Education on The Next Web. It provides an opportunistic view of how the internet affords learners the opportunity to be self-taught because of the open culture. Thanks Courtney Boyd Myers.

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