Archives - March, 2017

Bringing Online Science Labs to Life

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Jill Buban, PhD, Sr. Director of Research & Innovation, Online Learning Consortium

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Prior to working at the Online Learning Consortium, I worked at private and public institutions in faculty and administrators roles.  Early in my career, I had the opportunity to work with Dr. Betty Hurley at SUNY Empire State College.  Many years Read More >

Student Perceptions of Adaptive Learning

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Karen L. Pedersen, Chief Knowledge Office, Online Learning Consortium

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At the ELI conference, I attended a session entitled “A Tale of Two Contexts: Student Perceptions of Adaptive Learning” facilitated by Dr. Constance (Connie) Johnson, Colorado Technical University; Dr. Patsy Moskal, University of Central Florida, and Dr. Charles (Chuck) Dziuban, Read More >

Insight from the Field: Fostering an Experimental Mindset

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Jennifer Rafferty

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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, Apostolos Koutropoulos, OLC Institute faculty for Read More >

Check It Out! OLC Innovate Solutions Design Summit Videos!

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Katrina Wehr, Instructional Designer, Pennsylvania State University

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Can’t wait till April to participate in OLC Innovate 2017? Get a sneak peak at some conference content! Check out the Solution Design Summit team videos and leave feedback in the comments on YouTube! Each of our SDS teams produced Read More >

Improve Online Teaching Quality at Your Institution

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Online Learning Consortium

 

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Non-traditional learners have found that online education provides a convenient way to fit education into their busy lives. All they need to participate is a computer with Internet access, and the motivation to succeed. According to our infographic, Today’s Students Are Read More >