Retention and graduation rates may be good indicators of a college or university's success, but they have little to do with students' personal development as connected learners and contributors to the digital commons.
Since 2011, the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) has been surveying the EDUCAUSE community in order to identify and track the key issues (formerly called content anchors) in higher education teaching and learning for the coming year.
In a letter to campus leaders, Cal State University system office last month announced that Cal State Online will no longer operate as originally conceived. Emphasis added below. As the CSU continues to expand its online education strategies, Cal State … Continue reading →
The major online-services provider Google has released its first learning management system, designed to help educators organize and collect assignments, ask questions of students, and perform other tasks.
Net neutrality--it’s a set of rules that makes the web free, ensuring equal treatment for all Internet traffic, regardless of whether one is browsing Khan Academy videos or cat clips.At present, the rules prevent Internet service providers (ISPs) from showing preferential treatment to content provid
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Dr. Ashley Tan leads the Centre for e-Learning (CeL) at the National Institute of Education (NIE) in Singapore. NIE is the only institute in the country responsible for preservice teacher education (...
In 2016, higher education IT organizations are divesting themselves of technologies that can be sourced elsewhere and of practices that have become inefficient and are reinvesting to develop the necessary capabilities and resources to use information technology to achieve competitive institutional differentiation in student success, affordability, and teaching and research excellence.
A wealth of studies on students’ use of computers in the classroom supports the notion of banning them.
Jill Leafstedt's insight:
This quote from the article deserves more attention than it is given. "These examples can be seen as the progeny of an ill-conceived union of twenty-first-century tools (computers, tablets, smartphones) with nineteenth-century modalities (lectures)."
The rapid growth and popularity of online learning is necessitating the creation of online courses that actively engage learners. Research has shown that effective integration of multimedia that is content relevant and pedagogically sound can be a valuable teaching tool for facilitating student learning (Mandernach, 2009).
If social media is the means by which organizations open dialogs and make themselves more accessible, transparent and accountable, higher education is being left behind, say two researchers from Michigan State University.
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