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How can we get our clients to play the “What If” game?

Can we all agree that technology can sometimes be a double-edged sword? Some technology can cause people to lose their job because it is replaced by technology. Although, some technology can make new jobs possible. For example, according to Wikipedia, … Continue reading

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Check Out Stanford Online’s 2013 In Review Report

Be sure to check out “Stanford Online: 2013 in Review.” For a quick summary of the report, check out Campus Technology’s article, Stanford Report Shares Snapshot of Online Learning. The report discusses that since fall 2012 they have delivered four … Continue reading

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A Lesson Plan for eLearning

I came across Harold Jarche‘s blog today where he discussed, a brief history education delivered via The Internet, see Learning is Connecting.  Check it out. Thanks @hjarche for sharing @AnnaMuoio‘s 2000 @FastCompany article @Cisco‘s Quick Study: A #LessonPlan for #eLearning … Continue reading

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Our learners are social: Television has talked to us for decades, but it never listened!

I have enjoyed this month’s issue of Wired, especially an article from senior writer, Mat Honan. I couldn’t find his article on the web, otherwise I would have just linked to it. I heard from him on Twitter today that … Continue reading

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Grilled Cheese Sandwiches by Parachute? eLearning by Parachute? How are you bringing your learning to your students?

I don’t know if you have heard about the “float down eatery” in Melbourne which brings you your lunch in the most delightful way? Doesn’t grilled cheese sandwich tethered to a parachute and delivered right you sound ingenious? I wish … Continue reading

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Online students stuck with a Buddhism MOOC because they truly wanted to learn…

I came across an article from Slate today, The Death of MOOCs Has Been Greatly Exaggerated by Robert Wright. He wanted to share that his MOOC, titled Buddhism and Modern Psychology, is wrapping up successfully on Coursera. He then shared … Continue reading

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How do your online students identify with your university?

I have been spending some time here lately wondering if the students in my classes (and the classes that I design of faculty) are taking the class and becoming “Thor the Viking” or just an online student? There is always … Continue reading

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