The broad objective of this discourse is to change the way teachers and students think about onsite and online education—leading to ways that improve upon contemporary pedagogical practice and banishing the notion that one form is inferior to the other. Click … Continue reading
In the hospitality industry, Tyler Christian and Liz Sidbury are classified as seasonal employees.
Three common approaches to online course development are compared and contrasted herein for a higher synthesis. … Continue reading
In answering the question, “What creates community in an online course?” I began with Merriam-Webster’s dictionary definition of the term “community,” given as a unified body of individuals.[i] … Continue reading
This article concerns the outsourcing of school information technology (IT) services. … Continue reading
Guo, Kim and Rubin’s How Video Production Affects Student Engagement: An Empirical Study of MOOC Videos is significant in that it is purportedly the first such research based on big data. … Continue reading
I made the decision to MOOC my course over summer-break as I regularly update material at that time and the prospect of crowd sourcing it struck me as a grand experiment. … Continue reading
This article advocates for engaging uses of Twitter (or similar services) in the classroom. … Continue reading