Finding the right tool to measure the quality of your online program can be a daunting task. When Baker College started looking for tools to evaluate its online learning program, it turned to the quality experts at the Online Learning Read More >
Archives - October, 2017
In Dallas County, Texas, one of the largest community college districts in the United States decided that investing the time and resources into their online programs was vital to their continued success. At the initial stage, there was a recognition Read More >
Concerns about the need for oversight of online programs, as discussed in a recent article by Inside Higher Ed, are not uncommon, and it’s not just faculty that are interested in more closely examining the online classroom. There are quite a few Read More >
This week, Dr. Scott Hamm, instructor for the new workshop, Strategies for Effective Mobile Learning in the Online and Blended Classroom, joins us to discuss the importance of mobile learning in education, as well as a variety of other topics. Read More >
This week, Dr. Kristen Betts, co-facilitator for OLC’s new workshop, Bringing Theory to Practice through the Neuro, Cognitive and Learning Sciences, joins us to discuss her research projects as well as a variety of other topics. OLC: How do you Read More >
This week, Dr. Michelle Miller, author of Minds Online, and OLC faculty for the workshop, Bringing Theory to Practice through the Neuro, Cognitive and Learning Sciences, joins us to discuss her collaboration with Dr. Kristen Betts on this new offering within the OLC Institute for Professional Development.