I often hear from faculty, modest or otherwise, that they aren’t too proud of their online course design and wish they could do better. Although it can be argued that all online instructors wish they could design their course better, all instructors do offer wonderful online teaching examples. A modest and very experienced instructor often … Continue reading Your online course DOES have good examples of online learning
Where to start when we make a prediction about how post-secondary education will transform post-pandemic? These are unprecedented times so we don't have much to base our predictions on. Not much except the brave institutions that are leading the transition back into the classroom and paving the way for the rest of us for a … Continue reading Post-Pandemic Prediction #1: The Post-pandemic Classroom
Any good movie leaves you with more questions than answers. Some movies even have you asking what the question is. Netflix’s The Social Dilemma is one of them. The movie suggests that social networking services (SNS), like Twitter, Facebook and they included YouTube has brought us from the Information Age to the Misinformation Age. It … Continue reading How much would you pay for SNS subscriptions to gain more online control?