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Is Your Position Public-Facing?

In this podcast I discuss the concept of a job that is public facing. In education, only a few are officially ordained as public facing, but what would happen if we all had that distinction? What would happen if we were all accountable to parents and community members and to one another?…

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New and Improved Tip Sheet for Writing Effective Learning Objectives

Brought to you by the Academic Services team, check out our new and improved Writing Effective Learning Objectives Tip Sheet. Still using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive Domains, we paired up each domain with action verbs, activities, assignment, and example student learning objectives.

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Project Roundtable: Why do we need a Google Educator Group (GEG)?

*Don’t forget to put your info on the planning doc*: http://j.mp/gegroundtable

*Roundtable Purpose*: The purpose of this roundtable is to explore all of the possibilities for what a GEG might look like, and how teachers and leaders could become a part of one in order to improve their practice. 

*Roundtable Audience*: The audience for this roundtable is any teacher or leader who is interested in knowing more about Google Educator Groups and defining what best practice might look like for these groups.…

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#DCMOOC- some final thoughts

Participation in the #DCMOOC community has enlightened my views of the impact of the internet on myself, my students and our society.

I would like to say thank you to:

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Faculty Spotlight: Spring 2014 Faculty Research Grant Recipients, Part 3

We are going to spend the next several weeks spotlighting the recipients of the Spring 2014 Faculty Research Grants. Get to know these distinguished faculty members below!

Sunyoung ParkName: Sunyoung Park

University: Louisiana State University

Title of Proposal: Influential factors for learner persistence in intensive online learning: Mutual impacts of self-regulated learning strategy, instructor-learner interaction, and learner satisfaction

Bio: Dr.

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Open matters with #OCL4ED

The term, open, is so wide that by searching for content for this blog post, I have stumbled upon so many pages with many different understanding and applying of the term. There are, among others, pages on open education, open sources, open and free resources, open databases and free sites for publishing and sharing.…

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A Finished Dissertation – MOOC Pasts & Futures

After nearly two years of intense study, scholarship and research, my dissertation The Evolution & Impact of the Massive Open Online Course has been published to ProQuest (though I am sharing it via Scribd, as ProQuest is not always the easiest for open access).…

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syndicating 4330 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs