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Online university courses: godsend or gimmick?

The Guardian launches a series – Extreme Learning – looking into the value of online education. Read @TheGuardian_education

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“Hybrid pedagogy: a digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology”

Looking for an academic and networked open-source journal featuring writing and discussion on critical and digital pedagogy? Start here…

Harvard professors call for greater oversight of MOOCs

…a groundswell of people thinking now more seriously about it. Read more @WiredCampus

“Diving into distance learning librarianship”

Tips and advice for new, and seasoned, distance learning librarians. Read article @ACRLn

For libraries, MOOCs bring uncertainty and opportunity

A lot of the discussion about massive open online courses has revolved around students and professors. What role can academic librarians play in the phenomenon, and what extra responsibilities do MOOCs create for them? Read @ChronicleHigherEd

April 2013: ocTEL – open course in technology enhanced learning

Starting in April 2013 this (free) online course is initially aimed primarily at people teaching at Higher Education level who want to better understand and explore how to use technology to enhance teaching and learning. Read more/register
Updated course info @ALT

Some groups may not benefit from online education

Some of the students most often targeted in the push to use online learning to increase college access are less likely than their peers to benefit from — and may in fact be hurt by — digital as opposed to face-to-face instruction, new data from long-term study suggest… Read on… @InsideHigherEd


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