19 janvier 2015

Report: Kick back online learning profits to faculty

eCampus NewsBy Ron Bethke. According to this new report published by Ithaka S+R with support from the Lumina Foundation, public research universities are cutting costs and increasing access effectively thanks not only to a host of new technologies, but sound implementation and a focus on faculty motivation. More...

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15 janvier 2015

Poitiers (Futuroscope) - La FOAD, atout stratégique de la formation de demain (19 et 20 janvier 2015)

http://www.lorpm.eu/images/fond.pngSéminaire de travail organisé dans le cadre des douzièmes Rencontres du FFFOD sur le thème : la FOAD, atout stratégique de la formation de demain - Des repères pour décider et agir
Nous nous proposons de tracer les contours de la FOAD de demain à partir de l’analyse des évolutions actuelles.
Programme et bulletin d’inscription. Voir l'article...

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Apprendre à concevoir des cours en ligne

Logo - Thot CursusPar Philippe Menkoué. Si les enseignants et autres formateurs sont de plus en plus nombreux à se lancer dans la conception de cours en ligne, peu d'entre eux disposent des bases théoriques et pratiques pour créer des parcours de formation motivants et efficaces.
Méthodologies pour le développement de cours e-learning. Un guide pour concevoir et organiser des cours d'apprentissage numérique. FAO, 2012. http://www.fao.org/docrep/015/i2516f/i2516f00.htm. Voir l'article...

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Les bonnes pratiques du elearning en entreprise – 2014

Je suis tombé sur une étude intéressante relayée sur le portail Skoden. Actu de qualité à première vue… Revenons donc sur cette étude.
« Jacques Desjardins, président fondateur de ViVa Innovation, une entreprise de gestion de formations en ligne au Québec, présente dans ce diaporama les élémGaucheents fondamentaux de la mise en place du e-learning en entreprise. » Voir l'article...

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11 janvier 2015

Online Education in the Modern Era

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Anyone going back to college will have myriad options, and one of the first choices a new student has to make is between an online program and a classroom experience. More...

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Ease of use as a criterion for technology selection in online learning

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . I felt myself cringing as I wrote this section for my book on ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’. Talk about do what I say and not what I do, especially the part about spending a small amount of time in properly learning about a technology before using it. I was almost half way through writing this book, before I worked out that ‘Parts’ were in fact introductions to ‘Chapters’ and ‘Chapters’ really were sections of chapters, in Pressbook terminology. See more...

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My five wishes for online learning in 2015

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . Predictions, schmedictions. No-one can guess the future but we can at least say what we would like to see. So here are my five wishes for 2015, with a guess at the odds of them happening.
1. Open textbooks.
My wish: faculty will start adopting open textbooks on a large scale in 2015. This is probably the easiest and best way to bring down the cost of education for students. See more...

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Students as a criterion for media selection in online learning

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . Decisions are being made every day by government, institutions, teachers and students about technology use in education. How are these decisions made? What criteria are used?
In my open textbook, Teaching in a Digital Age, I am suggesting using the SECTIONS model for media selection based on an examination of the following criteria. See more...

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No Discernible Growth in US Higher Ed Online Learning

By Phil Hill. By 2015, 25 million post-secondary students in the United States will be taking classes online. And as that happens, the number of students who take classes exclusively on physical campuses will plummet, from 14.4 million in 2010 to just 4.1 million five years later, according to a new forecast released by market research firm Ambient Insight. Read more...

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The best online programs in 2015

eCampus NewsBy Michael Sharnoff. Online education is appealing for its novel approach to teaching, flexibility, and cost. This phenomenon can be expected to grow. More...

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