In December, we brought together the work of countless educators in our field who are exploring critical questions about diversity, equity, and inclusion in digital learning environments. This work is ongoing and we want your input.
Archives - February, 2021
The world has changed dramatically since the early days of online learning. The 25th Anniversary issue of the Online Learning Journal reflects some of those changes.
Dr. Jessica Knott, AVP of Community Strategy, Experience and Management at OLC, joins OLC Fellow Dr. Kelvin Thompson to discuss the benefits of engaging with our online education community on the latest episode of TOPcast.
Now that educators are many months into the pandemic, good practices and alternative approaches to online virtual exam proctoring are emerging.
This framework can be applied by both advisors and faculty members to demonstrate to students they have your full support.
These changemakers in our field foster critical dialog and ask critical questions around the practices and structures at the center of not only teaching and learning but the institution of academia.
Wait. Did we say “celebrate?” Yes, we did. And we mean it.
Strategies for instructors to begin building digital communities in their higher ed courses from D2L.
Through feedback from the experiences we’ve had together in 2020, we at OLC have a pretty clear roadmap for the experiences our members and community would like to have in 2021.
While COVID-19 took over the headlines for 2020, the EdTech industry saw a growing concern over student privacy and data security. In an effort to address some of those concerns, ProctorU sought input from faculty and academic leaders which led to the draft and release of a Student Bill of Rights for Remote and Digital Work.