Archives - May, 2016

Why Should I Learn More about Social Media?

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OLC Institute for Professional Development

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When you think of social media, networks like Facebook and LinkedIn most surely come to mind. But have you ever imagined these and other social applications like Twitter and Instagram as a part of your instructional design strategy? You may Read More >

I am #IndieEdTech

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Laura Gogia, MD PhD, Research Fellow in Connected Learning for the Office of Learning Innovation and Student Success at Virginia Commonwealth University

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A SCENE, NOT A HASHTAG I first saw #IndieEdTech on a Tom Woodward tweet, which may be why it caught my attention. I work with Tom at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Academic Learning Transformation Lab and have never known him to be a Read More >

Insights from the Field: Learners as Explorers

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Jennifer Rafferty, Director of the Institute, Online Learning Consortium

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The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is reaching out to our global community of thought leaders, faculty, innovators and practitioners to bring you insights from the field of online, blended and digital learning.  This week, Cathy Arreguin, instructor for the OLC Read More >