Innovation in learning is often linked to technology; hence the e in elearning. I keep an eye on educational innovation both tech and non-tech, the rosy and the non-rosy view of the future of learning.
Universities must move to a truly student-focused market, and quickly, or risk being pushed out by the competition, says Professor Nigel Seaton (RT @UniOfSurrey: SDVC Prof Nigel Seaton @GdnHigherEd believes the #HEWhitePaper signals a worrying...
What do you think good e-learning looks like? I've shared my ideas in this post but it's really just the start of the conversation... please join in! (RT @CreativeEdu: What does good e-learning look like?
There is a false stand-off between those who relish a new era of student as consumer and those who feel it would be a betrayal of the student experience, says Wendy Purcell ("@WMPUPVC: Will the student experience be richer?
Competition on tuition fees has sharpened with a private provider set to offer degree courses for £5,750 to £6,000 per year. (2 year finance degree for less than 12k . I wonder if a fees gulf will open between some vocational and arts subjects?
More than 80 percent of college faculty use some form of social media in their teaching, with online video by far the most popular application, according to a new survey from the Babson Survey Research Group and Pearson.