Now more meaningful than ever before. The Open University along with other major learning institutions are involved in providing Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS). This movement may revolutionise access to the burgeoning virtual learning environment.
It is an excellent idea to build a website that is interactive and successful. Why build one if your goal isn’t to gain attention from viewers, other media and to get feedback from your audience? Follow these five steps to help find your website success!
Review by Martin Weller: 'This is the most thorough, comprehensive and balanced overview and analysis of MOOCs that I have read. This is not surprising since Sir John Daniel has had a long and distinguished career in open and distance learning, including being President of the Commonwealth of Learning and Vice-Chancellor of the UK Open University. He is currently a visiting research fellow at the Korean National Open University and an Education Master at DeTao Masters Academy, China. He thus knows of what he speaks.'
The author of this article, Michael Gerber, has really focused on the key points here. This is really all you need to guide you to to success in your business. I suggest that you also read his book "The E-Myth" which is a more detailed manual for entrepreneurial success.
Debra Ringold, Dean of the MBA program at Atkinson Graduate School of Management, Willamette University, told us that there are a few criteria prospective students should consider when choosing between business programs: 1.
I am always noticing metaphors, symbols, patterns. For a long time I have noticed the powerful principles embodied in the design and structure of a tree as it relates to business. I hope it helps your business like it has helped ours...
The idea is that nicer-looking stores and better service will help combat “showrooming”—the act of visiting a store to look at a videogame console or fancy television before you buy it, cheaper, on the Internet. The trend has been gathering steam for years, but over the past 18 months, smartphone apps like RedLaser and Amazon’s Price Check have made it as easy as, er, stealing display space from a big box: just scan the item’s bar code and the app shows you whether you can get it cheaper somewhere else.
Christensen applies his well-researched theory of disruptive innovation to K-12 education and points to online learning as the disruptive catalyst that is about to finally change the educational system in North America.
Retail Therapy is Real. As the holiday shopping season begins, research finds people who are sad are willing to forgo future monetary benefits in exchange for instant financial gratification. By Sean Nealon on November 14, 2012 ...
This post by Lou McGill (bona fide elearning expert without cutting corners) is intended as fun. H812 students (or other readers) may enjoy seeing whether they are getting this being an expert right, or whether there is scope for improvement :-) I can see that in using Blogger rather than Wordpress I have some handicaps to overcome myself ...