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Why online teaching requires rigorous training (Mary Burns) | Larry ...

Why online teaching requires rigorous training (Mary Burns) | Larry ... | e-learning | Scoop.it
Mary Burns, Education Development Center http://www.educationforallblog.org/education-and-technology/backwards-and-in-high-heels-teaching-well-online (All references appear in above link) December 18, 2013 I am ...
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Three Social Trends That Will Influence Education in 2014

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There are patterns within the trend predictions for 2014 that are worthy of paying attention to.

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Lessons From The CEO Of The First Ever MOOC

Lessons From The CEO Of The First Ever MOOC | e-learning | Scoop.it
There has been much press for the massive open online courses or MOOCs, including in my series of interviews to date with Sebastian Thrun and Daphne Koller, CEOs of Udacity and Coursera respectively.

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A bill of rights for online learners?

A bill of rights for online learners? | e-learning | Scoop.it

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, December 15, 2013 12:43 PM

Morris, S.M. and Stommel, J. (2013) A Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning in the Digital Age Hybrid Pedagogy, 


Tony Bates:


The question then comes to my mind as to why it has been necessary to spend time discussing and agreeing on principles and rights that most people in public education already accept. One reason I suspect is a concern that developments in online learning outside formal, public education have the potential to run roughshod over these rights and principles. For instance, highly selective, campus-based, elite universities, at least until very recently, have not subscribed to some of these rights and principles, yet are now ‘discovering’ open learning through MOOCs, while still denying many of these rights to potential on-campus students."-online-learners/#sthash.eZpqTl5m.dpuf