Archives - September, 2019

Online Teaching & Learning Research

#WeAreOLC: Phenomenological Research with Storytelling

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Sherri Restauri, Coastal Carolina University (OLC Accelerate 2019 Conference Co-Chair)

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With the idea of stories being a connecting element throughout all of our conference activities, we are creating a variety of opportunities for you to share your story and to hear the stories of others. We’re calling this initiative #WeAreOLC. Read More >

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Where is Digital Pedagogy Taking Us?

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Scott Hamm, Director of Doctorate in Leadership, Director of Online Education, Assistant Professor of Education, Hardin-Simmons University; Advanced Online Teaching Certificate (AOTC) Instructor, OLC

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Later this month, I’ll be teaching the OLC Advanced Online Teaching Certificate course, so I’ve been thinking about ways in which digital pedagogy is advancing online education. Over the years, my focus has been on mobile learning and enhancing the online Read More >

What Can End-of-Course Surveys Do For You?

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Dr. Adam L Selhorst, Executive Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Ashford University & Dr. Barbara Zorn-Arnold, Associate Dean, Ashford University; Research Track Chairs Dr. Jason Abbitt, Associate Professor, Miami University and Dr. Lynette O’Keefe, OLC Director of Research & Innovation

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This is the next post of a series of Trends & Perspectives blog posts. The Track Chairs will reflect on each of this years’ presentation tracks, analyze and discuss some of the trends that you can expect to hear about Read More >

#WeAreOLC: Twenty Years of Solitude

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Chuck Dziuban

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Stranger in a Strange Land My first encounter with Sloan-C was a summer symposium in the early 90’s at the University of Illinois, Champaign. Joel Hartman told me that it would be an interesting experience and indeed it was. What Read More >

What’s that Smell? Student Engagement

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 Ed Queen, Johns Hopkins University (Tools & Technologies Track Co-Chair) and Dr. Jeremy Kemp, Ed.D., Santa Clara University (Tools & Technologies Best-in-Track winner)

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This is the first of a series of Trends & Perspectives blog posts. The Track Chairs will reflect on each of this years’ presentation tracks, analyze and discuss some of the trends that you can expect to hear about at Read More >

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Insights from the Field: Leading Online Initiatives

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Dr. Lujean Baab, Senior Director, Learning Experience Design (LED), Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS), Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

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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, Dr. Lujean Baab, OLC Institute SME Read More >