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The Cognitive Style Revolution – Excerpts from MOOC Research

Note:  I will use this space over the next month to share excerpts from my dissertation The Evolution & Impact of the Massive Open Online Course.  The research was a Delphi study bringing together 20 MOOC experts to discuss the MOOC in educational, political, and sociocultural terms (slides from the oral presentation can be seen here).

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Globalization of Higher Education Conference: A Success!

Globalization of Higher Education Conference

The Globalization of Higher Education Conference took place on March 24th & 25th in Dallas, Texas – and it was a huge success! For those who could not attend, we have posted videos of the speakers here and provided a recap of both days below.

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What I’m Using: Make Gifs out of Youtube Videos with your Chromebook

I’ve been looking for a way to create high quality gifs on a chromebook and here it is!

Chrome Web Store – MakeGIF Video Capture

Capture HTML5 videos in your browser and turn them into GIF animations. Capture any HTML5 video from popular sites like YouTube or Vimeo and convert them into GIF animations instantly.

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Enough Said

After reflecting on different ways of dealing with class cancellation because I teach one to one, I finally came up with the idea of emailing learners the lesson when they cannot take the class. We decided to call these lessons: “Delivery lessons“.

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What I’m Learning: Automated Resource Sharing with Google Sites

I cannot take any of the credit for the amazing work that John Calvert has done. He is truly inspirational in all that he is creating for his school district. I just wanted to take a moment and bask in the glow that is this one stop shop of resource sharing.…

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The Need for a Rhizomatic Rhetoric #rhizo14

I fully intended to write another post about power, and I will, but not today. My thoughts have been redirected by a marvelous Twitter chat some of the Rhizo14 group held this past Thursday. As a result of that chat, we are perhaps about to consciously write a rhizomatic document that explores the Rhizo14 MOOC.… Continue reading

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Middle Class Growth Depends on Access to Higher Education

The dissemination of knowledge on a global scale has the potential to transform peoples’ lives in significant ways. Today, technology provides this powerful capability and facilitates access to information that is no longer constrained by physical boundaries.

Middle Class Growth Depends on Access to Higher Education

The above infographic was originally published here: http://www.globalizationofhighereducation.com/growth-of-middle-class.

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What would an Global and Open PD Calendar Look Like?

I’ve been thinking a lot about Project Roundtable, and how others can start to take part in creating online experiences for one another.

In this carcast, I discuss how using a Global and Open PD calendar might help create cross-district and cross-state collaborations for PD.…

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Learning Tools: Appear.In – Hangouts, but without the Google+ Baggage

So, I love me some Google+ hangouts. They are amazing, and I couldn’t be happier that they fit nicely into the Google ecosystem. But, let’s say that you don’t actually want a Google+ account or that you don’t want to work within Google at all.…

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What I’m Learning: SAMR in Practice

I really like the simplicity and lack of specific app focus in this interactive SAMR infographic. However, it does skew just a bit toward Apple’s iTunes U and iBooks ecosystem. Good for thinking through how you do Note taking, Research, Presentation, File sharing, Reading, and Assessment.…

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syndicating 4142 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs