Posts Tagged 'online education'

Online university courses: godsend or gimmick?

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

A new polemic: libraries, MOOCs, and the pedagogical landscape

To examine the MOOC as a microcosm is also to explore how the scope of librarianship is changing and will continue to change. @Lead Pipe

“Diving into distance learning librarianship”

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

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

What you need to know about MOOCs

The Chronicle of Higher Ed’s comprehensive, regularly updated ‘MOOC page’ covering 2008-present.
Re MOOCs, also see this, how their impact is opening up discussion on online education itself.

Questioning Clay Shirky

Contributing to the discussion on MOOCs, the author departs from Clay Shirky’s guardedly optimistic thinking (whose blog post is linked below 11/25/12) on how they will transform higher education. @insidehighered Read more …


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