See a new report published by a non-profit research and consulting organization “Online Learning in Postsecondary Education: A Review of the Empirical Literature (2013–2014)” on March 11, 2015.
As you can see, data collection for the report itself is somewhat controversial… So, the finding are bound to be…
What a great opportunity to meet Dr. Stephen Wolfram and participate in his talk on ‘ The Future of Computation and Knowledge’ on Monday, March 23rd, at 3 P.M. in the new Block C3, in room 3015.
Info about Wolfram Alpha in education
Stephen Wolfram’s blog
A couple of pics from the event are posted below.
In the framework of the SEQUENT project on Supporting Quality in e-learning European Networks, EADTU is organizing a series of webinars. The online sessions are covering the E-xcellence and OpenupEd quality labels on On-line and Open Education (MOOCs). The first session was very successful and can be watched here: http://youtu.be/jsR_BSu82CY
These sessions will be held on:
|23 March 2015 (14.00 CET)
||Online Session 2
||Chapter 2 & 3 – Curriculum & course design
|24 April 2015 (11.00 CET)
||Online Session 3
||Chapter 5 & 6 – Staff & student support
|13 May 2015 (11.00 CET)
||Online Session 4
||OpenupEd – Quality label & benchmarks
The E-xcellence manual can be downloaded for free here http://bit.ly/1C6EvmT
In case you are interested in joining the SEQUENT webinar(s), please send an e-mail too firstname.lastname@example.org for which sessions you want to take part.
OLC illustrates the key trends currently driving the infusions of online learning in the higher education industry. OLC staff feel it’s a very exciting time to be in higher education and keeping pace in this digital age is an essential component.
A lengthy list of educational organizations has signed on to support a new set of principles for protecting and guiding the use of student data by educators, researchers, state people, parents and others.