An open letter to Canadian universities by George Siemens, professor and researcher at Athabasca University.
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We are in the midst of a revolution that will bring high-quality education to hundreds of millions of people who have never had access to this level of learning before.
These tools will reach those in developing cities and countries …
In this post you will learn what MOOC’s (Massive Open and Online Courses) are and are not, and also the differences (and similarities), between MOOC’s, online courses for credit, and traditional face-to-face courses.
Through edX, the two institutions will collaborate to enhance campus-based teaching and learning and build a global community of online learners.
Virtual learning can help districts address many needs and a new report offers insights on starting a virtual learning program from a number of seasoned experts.
A resource map with a lot of interesting ed tech tools!
While reconstructing the destroyed universities is a long-term task, University of the People is hoping to give Haitian students a way to continue their educations before it’s completed. By opening a center where students can take advantage of the scarce…
Find new ideas for learning platforms by Tom VanderArk.
A free Microsoft tool that lets you create high-quality, interactive, online courses, and publish them in SCORM 1.2 packages (exactly what your Learning Platforms (like Moodle) like to consume!).
Nine trends that we’re currently tracing with regards to digital content in Higher Education. These are the critical trends that we believe will determine both growth and innovation in this market.