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Learning subjectives – designing for when you don’t know where you are going

In the first week of #rhizo15 Dave asked us:

How do we design or own and others learning when we don't know where we are going?

How does it free us up?

What can we get done with our subjectives that can't be done with objectives?…
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Academic Partnerships to Launch Third-Generation Online Instructional Model for Higher Education

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DALLAS, April 21, 2015

Academic Partnerships 3.0 Key Facts

  • Technology-driven solution
  • Enhanced interaction between faculty and students
  • Peer-to-peer collaboration
  • Face-to-face environment in cyberspace
  • Global 24/7 access in multiple languages
  • Revenue-sharing with faculty who participate

Academic Partnerships, a global provider of online services for higher education, announced today it will launch Academic Partnerships 3.0 (AP 3.0), a blended online instructional model that will revolutionize faculty and student interaction as part of the online learning experience.

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We Have to Stop Pretending

The other day my good friend, Joy Kirr, wrote a blog post called "We have to stop pretending..." in response to a blog post-challenge by Scott McLeod.  You can read the original post by Scott McLeod here.  She got me thinking when she posed the following questions:
What do you think?
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6 Tips to Improve eLearning Course Navigation

eLearning_IndustryWhile high quality content, stunning visuals, and interactive eLearning activities may be essential elements of any successful eLearning course, all of these come second to navigability. If learners cannot navigate your eLearning course, then they cannot become active participants in the learning process.

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Reinventing the Business of Education, Moderated by Ron Fredericks

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Mr. Fredericks, the technologist behind the vision and development of LectureMaker’s Cross-Domain eLearning Video Platform, moderates a lecture – with standing room only – on the Stanford campus from speakers on the topic of reinventing the business of education.
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Quality Matters Monday: Standard 1.7

QMIt’s Quality Matters Monday! Each Monday, we will highlight a Quality Matters standard and review its importance in an online course and how we evaluate this standard.

Today, we are reviewing Quality Matters Standard 1.7.

Click here to view Quality Matters Standard 1.7 in the Quality Matters Rubric.

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Part II: Popping the lid off of #msloc430

The Winter quarter session of the course I teach – MSLOC 430, which explores enterprise social networks (ESNs) and their impact on work and learning – ended a month ago. It was my first attempt to pop the lid off of the course by designing some ways in which both the enrolled, on-site graduate students […]
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Learning Subjectives for #rhizo15

Dave Cormier has a fine way of challenging people to think outside their boxes, or outside any boxes. In the first week of Rhizo15, he has challenged us to think about our learning subjectives for the course. Of course, he's playing on the penchant of education for learning objectives, and I could glibly say that I'll let him know when I find them.…
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Learning Subjectives for #rhizo15

Dave Cormier has a fine way of challenging people to think outside their boxes, or outside any boxes. In the first week of Rhizo15, he has challenged us to think about our learning subjectives for the course. Of course, he's playing on the penchant of education for learning objectives, and I could glibly say that I'll let him know when I find them.…
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Faculty Spotlight: Spring 2013 Faculty Research Grant Recipient – Dr. Debra J. Dewitte, The University of Texas at Arlington

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Dr. Debra DeWitte

Today, we are spotlighting The University of Texas at Arlington professor, Dr. Debra J. Dewitte. She was a 2013 Faculty Research Grant Recipient for her proposal, “Assessment of Technological Tools to Support Studies in the Visual Arts.” We are thrilled to share her findings in her research and thank her for participating in our Faculty Research Grant Program.

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