So what can we do now to advance universal access to quality digital learning? And how might the greater project of global coalition building support a collective intent to collaboratively design a more diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just future of online, blended, digital, and flexible learning?
Archives - July, 2022
New Book from the OLC Press Highlights Voices, Stories, and Experiences of Online Academic Leaders Navigating Higher Education’s Evolving Landscape. The only constant in higher education is change, especially recently. Since the onset of the pandemic, online academic leaders have Read More >
Excitingly, leaders from the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), the Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC), and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have come together to bring the field the first of many IELOL Global Regional Colloquies.
At the beginning of 2021, the Online Learning Consortium and PlayPosit entered into a new partnership for the purposes of collaboratively reimagining engagement. You can read more about our partnership here.
After reviewing various course quality rubrics, WGU adopted the OSCQR Course Design Review scorecard as our primary method for measuring course quality.
OLC CEO Jennifer Mathes joins Dr. Emily Barnes of Cleary University and Dr. Joe Sallustio on the EdUp Experience Podcast for a wide-ranging conversation about topics such as the difference between remote and online learning and the qualities of emergency response reomote learning.
There is a growing need for digital learning leaders in the community colleges.
No matter what formal role I was in, my job was–on some level–leadership. An ID leads projects and leads others to new understanding and so on. And once I adopted this leadership mindset, I sought to grow my skills and expand my leadership toolkit at every opportunity.
Items created for marginalized people are now being used for everyone to succeed. This blog discusses variations of ability and ways we can extend access to all learners through digital means.
Exploring new ways to connect to my family led me to dive into similar experiences in my professional life, and I quickly realized these virtual worlds were much larger and more bountiful than I expected.