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?
Imagine what might happen if MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) were to be able to grant degrees. How might that shift in paradigm affect higher education? Is it possible? Sure. We have seen in the past year that anything is possible. Instructors, who are the subject matter experts, create the courses and field questions while … Continue reading Degree granting $69 MOOCs or MOOC influenced degree courses
It has been two semesters since instructors were forced into emergency remote teaching, but have we fully transitioned from remote teaching into online learning? Emergency remote teaching is characterised as putting your course content online for students to access, whether they learn is not the primary focus (Schlesselman, 2020). The primary focus in March, 2020 … Continue reading Goodbye Remote Teaching, Hello Online Learning