Liz Ciabocchi (Emcee and panel moderator) Earlier this week, I was fortunate to participate in the OLC Collaborate Conference in New York City, co-sponsored by the host institution, Berkeley College. As a member of the OLC Board of Directors, I Read More >
Archives - August, 2018
Sharing student work is a wonderful way to showcase the efforts and talents of your students as well as your pedagogical approach as an educator. Student work should be appreciated and should serve as a reminder of why we all Read More >
One distinctive characteristic of the Online Learning Consortium’s conferences is the organization’s support for members who want to experiment with new ideas to continually improve the attendee experience. Last year, OLC launched a new social engagement program at OLC Accelerate called the Field Guide program, and thanks to popular demand, we’re happy to announce that it will return this year.
In science, researchers see theories and ideas as being tentative. New information can be introduced that prompts reflection and re-examination. For example, Copernicus’ work forced astronomers to re-evaluate whether the Earth was the center of the solar system and it Read More >