23 février 2015

ITC #eLearning2015 Keynote Video and Material

By . This past week I had the opportunity to provide the keynote at the Instructional Technology Council (ITC) eLearning2015 conference in Las Vegas. ITC is a great group that provides leadership and professional development to faculty and staff in community and junior colleges in online education, and increasingly in hybrid course models. To save time on individual sharing, I have included most of the material below. More...

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22 février 2015

New York Times Launches Online Education Initiative

HomeThe New York Times and CIG Education Group on Wednesday announced the media organization's latest ed-tech initiative: NYT EDUcation, an online platform that will offer everything from college preparatory courses to continuing education for adult learners. Read more...

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Distance learning taps in to virtual reality technology

The Guardian homeBy Lucy Jolin. The OU pioneered the distance learning form and is still the UK’s main provider – in 2013/14, there were 210,005 UK-based students studying for both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the UK, of which 150,255 were with the OU. But other UK universities are starting to see the potential of online courses that can offer all the academic rigour and support of a face-to-face degree without the inflexibility – to students all around the world. More...

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21 février 2015

eLearning paper issue 40 "Assessment, certification, and quality assurance in open learning" is now online

The online journal eLearning Papers has just released its issue number 40 for which the contributing authors each present research articles on "Assessment, certification, and quality assurance in open learning". More...

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By Miguel Zapata. El blog RED es el vehículo de difusión y revisión de los trabajos a publicar en la revista RED (http://www.um.es/ead/red/) y para difundir, revisar y discutir los resultados y trabajos del titular Miguel Zapata-Ros (http://www.um.es/ead/mzapata/)
Son pues objetivos de este blog apoyar y permitir la discusión de los temas propios de la revista RED, por tanto los objetivos científicos del blog son los de la revista. More...

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20 février 2015

Le Guide du FFFOD "LMS : comment choisir sa plateforme ?"

Scooped by Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV). Des repères selon son profil et ses besoins
Présentation du guide du FFFOD "LMS : comment choisir sa plateforme ?" à iLearning Forum, le 28 janvier 2015 à 9h30 par Noria Larose et Jean-Luc Peuvrier, pilotes du Groupe de travail du FFFOD. Voir l'article...

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19 février 2015

Plateforme LMS : open source ou commerciale ?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "formaguide"Par Michel Diaz. La plupart des grandes et moyennes entreprises françaises sont aujourd’hui équipées d’une plateforme LMS (57,2%, selon une récente étude du cabinet Féfaur) voire de plusieurs plateformes(22,1%). Le plus souvent des plateformes "commerciales", qui auraient définitivement pris le pas sur les LMS open source ? Contribution au débat. Voir l'article...

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16 février 2015

A Sneak Preview of e-Literate TV at ELI

By Michael Feldstein. Phil and I will be chatting with Malcolm Brown and Veronica Diaz about our upcoming e-Literate TV series on personalized learning in a featured session at ELI tomorrow. We’ll be previewing short segments of video case studies that we’ve done on an elite New England liberal arts college, an urban community college, and large public university. More...

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How Stanford is incorporating touch for online learning

eCampus NewsBy . Perhaps the largest criticism leveled at online learning is that it can be difficult for students to shake hands with, talk to, and form relationships with their peers or instructors in the way that on-campus students can. It’s also difficult for online students to participate in hands-on experiments or exercises considered critical for skill-building. More...

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15 février 2015

Harvard and MIT Are Sued Over Closed Captioning for Online Materials

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/Ticker%20revised%20round%2045.gifBy . A new lawsuit accuses Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology of failing to provide closed captioning in online teaching materials, in violation of federal antidiscrimination laws, The New York Times reports. The lawsuits were filed by the National Association of the Deaf, and seek an injunction requiring that closed captioning be provided for all online materials. More...

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