Educational Technology in Higher Education
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A scoop it magazine focusing on educational technology in higher education.
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Online Education as an Agent of Transformation

Online Education as an Agent of Transformation | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Online education is beginning to show itself as a disruptive innovation, introducing more convenient and affordable services that can transform sectors.
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Beyond the Buzz, Where Are MOOCs Really Going?

Beyond the Buzz, Where Are MOOCs Really Going? | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Everyone’s going MOOC-crazy these days. The question is not just whether MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are going to disrupt traditional education, but how.
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Disruption guru Christensen: Why Apple, Tesla, VCs, academia may die - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Disruption guru Christensen: Why Apple, Tesla, VCs, academia may die - Silicon Valley Business Journal | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Harvard business professor Clayton Christensen literally wrote the book on technology...
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Clayton Christensen: Still disruptive

Clayton Christensen: Still disruptive | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
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Clay Christensen: First the media gets disrupted, then comes the education industry

Clay Christensen: First the media gets disrupted, then comes the education industry | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
According to Harvard business professor and best-selling author Clay Christensen, the disruptive effects of the web are being felt the most by the media and advertising industries, but the education business is next in line.
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Online learning, teaching and misleading opinions

A couple of pieces in the New York Times and Washington Post have attracted some attention over the past couple of weeks for their descriptions of online and blended-learning environments–and both have made the mistake of assuming that just because one experience is a certain way, that all experiences in these environments are that way. As I have said countless times, just because an experience is online or blended, does not make it necessarily good or bad, just as just because an experience is in a “traditional” face-to-face environment does not make it good or bad.

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