At Conference, Leaders of ‘Traditional’ Online Learning Meet Upstart Free Providers

A longtime online-learning pioneer sounded a note of frustration at a national cyberlearning conference here this week. The complaint was over the perception that MOOC’s, or massive open online courses, run by highly selective universities are the biggest drivers of innovation in online learning.


Using Flickr for Media-Rich Classes

"My art history and heritage studies classes thrive on discussion, both in the classroom and in asynchronous discussions, usually in our learning management system. My classes center on art and cultural objects, and we use images for almost all of our activities. When I lecture, I lecture with images. When students discuss class material, most of the discussion relates to images. When I make assignments, the assignments almost always involve images of objects" | 0 Comments

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