Updated E-Learning Definitions

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John Sener, Founder/CKO, Sener Knowledge LLC

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Definitions of E-Learning Courses and Programs Version 2.0 April 4, 2015 Developed for Discussion within the Online Learning Community By Frank Mayadas, Gary Miller, and John Sener As e-learning has evolved into a global change agent in higher education, it Read More >

Constructive Criticism in an Online Environment

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Dr. Heather Frederick

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Most would agree that constructive criticism is good: it helps us grow. Most would also agree that constructive criticism is an integral part of the online educational process. Simply put, if you are a student who is not receiving constructive Read More >

Spatial Thinking with GIS

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Kristen Bourgault

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What can spatial thinking and geographic information systems tell us about the world around us, and how can these methods help us to enhance our teaching and learning for our students? Come learn with us in our newly redesigned workshop, Read More >

Designing Gamified Learning Environments

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Kristen Bourgault

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How can the design principles used to develop creative and engaging games be leveraged to guide our decisions in building effective online courses?  The term “gCome explore the exciting topic of gamification in our DESIGNING GAMIFIED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS workshop!amification” has Read More >

Graduation Season

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Heather Frederick and Melanie Shaw

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We love graduations. Whether we are watching a preschool celebration in a crowded auditorium, caps being thrown in the air on a high school football field, or the ceremonial hooding of a doctoral graduate on a stage….Pomp and Circumstance brings Read More >