03 février 2019

OER Survey and Adoption Growth: It pays to check source material

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "mfeldstein.com logo"By . I had a trip to the UK this month and only had time to read media coverage of the recent Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) survey on open educational resources (OER). What a mistake. The Chronicle of Higher Education had a flawed description of a key question - actual and planned adoption of OER material by faculty - that misinformed readers like me who didn't read the actual survey report, at least initially. More...

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Deeply Flawed GMU Report on Online Education Asks Good Questions But Provides Misguided Analysis

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "mfeldstein.com logo"By . The report is not easy to wade through, largely from its wide-ranging discussion of for-profits, online history, past federal policy, a snapshot of research on learning outcomes, and a discussion of current policy debates. Let's take the primary conclusions and discuss the analysis provided. More...

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5 ways innovation is inspiring higher ed

eCampus NewsIt’s no wonder institutions are focused on innovation–as students demand more from their schools, institutions must be ready to meet those expectations with new mentalities and a willingness to think and act outside the box. More...

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