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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
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
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
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
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
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.