Evolution of Online Education

Evolution of Online Education


This topic focuses on the evolution of online education, including scenarios, strategies, and issues that could hasten the adoption of online education to full scale.

Discovery's "Life" Premiere as Event Design

Last night's (March 10, 2010) premiere of Discovery's new series "Life" offered not only an excellent preview but also some great lessons on event design, and thus learning experience design.

Does A(H1N1) = A Black Swan for OL?

Cases increasing, campuses closing; the prospect of a far worse pandemic coming this fall. For many higher education institutions, online learning could be the answer.

Does A(H1N1) = A Black Swan for OL?

Cases increasing, campuses closing; the prospect of a far worse pandemic coming this fall. For many higher education institutions, online learning could be the answer.

Blogging Disrupting Class: The Complete Series

Whew! For the past couple of months, I've been blogging Disrupting Class as an experiment to see what blogging a book would be like. What would I learn from the experience?

Blogging Disrupting Class #14: Conclusion

The previous post summarizes how Chapter 9 discusses how to give schools the right structure to innovate.

Blogging Disrupting Class #13: Chapter 9 -- Giving Schools Structure to Innovate

The previous post summarizes how Chapter 8 discusses strategies for forging a consensus for change.

Blogging Disrupting Class #12: Chapter 8 -- Forging a Consensus for Change

The previous post summarizes how The second part of Chapter 7 discusses how to improve education research by evolving from descriptive research to

Blogging Disrupting Class #11: Chapter 7 -- Improving Education Research (Part 2)

The previous post summarizes how The first part of Chapter 7 discusses some ideas for improving education research, more specifically improving des

Blogging Disrupting Class #10: Chapter 7 -- Improving Education Research (Part 1)

The previous post summarizes how Chapter 6 ("The Impact of the Earliest Years on Student's Success") detours a bit from the book's main argument wi

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