Creaking Open the Course

It has been a while since I gave this presentation — which was rather benignly named “Overview of Innovations in Online Courses”* — at the Stanford Digital Learning Forum. As is usually the case with my self-assessment of such activities, it’s mostly forgettable. But I do often come back to the ideas I used to […]

Longs View

 

I recently renamed my site. It has, for me, two meanings:

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Continua, Conversations, Content Delivery

 

Instructional delivery methods can still be a pretty divisive issue (sadly) and I’ve written before (as well as others) about the dualistic thinking that often clouds these discussions. Thus, it’s no small task for faculty developers to remain largely agnostic toward instructional delivery methods and associated technologies while facilitating productive discussions around best-practices. […]

ETMOOC Intro

I’ll have to make this brief, but you can find a little bit about me on the main page of my blog, or on this mountain or, for those looking for a longread, this post tells the whole story. I look forward to learning from the #ETMOOC community.

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Key Points to Consider When Launching MOOCs

I was asked by my institution to develop the following document to give administrators, faculty, and staff initial talking points when thinking about launching MOOCs. Thus, this one-page executive summary is succinct and diplomatic (see e.g., “What’s the Business Model?”), but many of the resources and thinkers I’ve cited are well worth the […]

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