The 2009 Sloan Survey of Online Learning reveals that enrollment rose by nearly 17 percent from a year earlier. The survey of more than 2,500…View More New Study: Online Education up 17% to 4.6 Million
Well, it has been a while, hasn’t it? Again. Apparently, I have had a busy fall … I gave a presentation at the 8th Hawaii…View More Faculty Videos, YouTube, and iTunes U – Presentation
Well, it has been a long time since my last posting. For a number of reasons. 🙂 However, I am pleased to say that there…View More Introduction to World Religions now on iTunes U
Just a quick posting today. Did you know that there are about a zillion books that are freely available/downloadable online? Of course you knew that. …View More Free Books! No, really, these are free books!
Mixed in with all of the useless stuff on the Internet, there are occasionally some great resources. And Covenant Theological Seminary’s Worldwide Classroom is definitely…View More Worldwide Classroom
Well, believe it or not, I am now on iTunes U! Crazy. As part of our ongoing e-learning initiatives at AMU, I have been creating…View More Introduction to the Bible now on iTunes U!
Are you looking for opportunities to learn more about online education, network with other instructors, or get some practical tips for improving your online teaching…View More Upcoming e-Learning Conferences
Well, after a lot of testing, crashing, uploading, fixing, more testing and more uploading (yeesh!), I now have a full set of course videos created…View More Course Videos Now Online!
There is a recent article at EmailWire.com that states that the model of “distance education” is over 100 years old. Which is true. Unfortunately, however,…View More Distance Learning: It Is Older Than You Think! (maybe)
Working in a field that is “cutting edge” (relatively speaking) such as online education, e-learning, etc can sometimes feel like playing with a double-edged sword. …View More Too Many Web 2.0 Tools – How Do I Choose?