Articles and other publications focused on developing and disseminating new knowledge related to online learning
The annual Sloan Survey of Online Learning has become the leading barometer of online higher education in the United States.
E-learning can be defined in two distinct ways: narrowly and broadly. Its history depends on how the term is being used.
Lead on three-person task team to prepare a literature review on the use of e-learning for public health programs in developing countries.
Prepared a report on the topic of e-portfolios which includes an overview of the topic; a summary of the available research related to K-12 and especially high school implementation of e-portfolios; s
On March 24, 2010, John Sener presented on a panel at the National Governors' Association meeting, "Increasing Postsecondary Credential Attainment by Adults: An Institute for State Policymakers." Fell
In 2007, I became interested in an emerging trend toward greater acceptance of student-generated content.
My involvement with the issue of academic continuity stems from participating in the Sloan Semester initiative, launched in respons
Here is a link to a recently-published article I wrote on the subject of Student-Generated Content in Online Education .
Full Title: Online Learning Comes of Age: Four New Frames of Reference