Dr. Robbie K. Melton, Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization and Emerging Technology, Tennessee Board of Regents
This presentation will highlight the impact of mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, game consoles, […]
Connect 2013: Can Smartphones, Tablets, and Apps Speed Dial Us Into Improving Teaching and Learning?
As online classes continue to grow in popularity, the demands on instructors are changing. The Southern Regional Education Board reports that the face-to-face faculty skills utilized in the traditional […]
When college or university leaders make the decision to offer online programs, they have the opportunity to create a new faculty culture and a community of online scholars. To […]
Dr. Bruce Gillies and Cindy Grether, California Lutheran University
Traditional courses have long focused on tools and techniques for the presentation of content. A major drawback with designing for […]
Dr. David Clinefelter and Mimi O’Malley, The Learning House, Inc.
Learn more about the newly developed Learning House online instruction rubric. You can use this rubric—a synthesis of best […]
Harry Carrell, Missouri Valley College
Dr. Susan Earwood, Shorter University
Dr. Mark Simpson, Oakland City University
Becoming an online instructor for the first time can be daunting for face-to-face faculty members. […]
Emily Lepping and Matt Wilson, The Learning House, Inc.
Over the next 18 months, Learning House will upgrade all partner schools to Moodle 2.x with enhanced features. This upgrade […]
In pursuit of high-quality online instructors?
The 2010 Managing Online Education study by the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET) and The Campus Computing Project found that 73 percent of […]