Archives - July, 2018

Instructor - Classroom - Context in Teaching

Context Matters

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Oliver Dreon, Ph.D.

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If you’re a teacher, I’m sure you’ve had this experience. You teach a lesson with one group of students, and it works great. The students are motivated and engaged. The technology works correctly. The activities you planned all make sense Read More >

IMPLEMENTING OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

Impacts of Open Educational Resources

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Oliver Dreon, Ph.D.

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Regular readers of this blog know that I’ve been trumpeting the use of Open Educational Resources (OERs) for years. For the most part, I promote OERs because they’re free for students and faculty to use. I work at a public Read More >

Emerging Ideas Group at OLC Innovate 2018

After attending OLC conferences for several years, I had become well-versed in both online learning and also in the variety of conferences in our field and was able to start identifying clear-cut features for the conferences I liked. Here are some of the most beneficial conference features that I’ve found during my almost two decades in the field of online and digital learning:

Summer Reading List for Online and Digital Learning Topics

My Summer Reading List

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Oliver Dreon, Ph.D.

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This is always one of the more popular posts that I write each year. Each May, I share the academic books that I’m planning to tackle this summer in preparation for the next academic year. If you’re interested in what Read More >