Blended Learning: One Size Does Not Fit All

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Dr. Amy Gaimaro, Dean of Innovative Delivery Methods, Molloy College

 

 

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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, Amy Gaimaro, OLC Institute faculty for Read More >

6 Lessons From Creating a Virtual Oncology Camp Inspired by OLC Ideate

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Adam Davi, M.A., M.S., Senior Instructional Designer, Office of Digital Learning, The University of Arizona

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While schools all across the country have been working over the summer to find the best ways to pivot their education online, summer camps have been attempting to offer virtual options for campers stuck in lockdowns. For some camps, such Read More >

How to Remain Focused and Maintain Self-Care Amid COVID-19 and Current Unrest in America

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Ava Tabb, Doctoral candidate in adult education at Auburn University and Lecturer of multimedia journalism at Troy University

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Are you experiencing elevated anxiety? Do you feel unfocused, and are you easily distracted? Are you overwhelmed with the constant updates about the coronavirus pandemic? Or maybe, you’re experiencing reoccurring tension headaches from racing thoughts and constant worry about the Read More >

Analyzing Available Data and Research on Digital Education in Texas (and Beyond)

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Judith Sebesta, Ph.D., Executive Director, Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas

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I lead the Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas (DigiTex), which assists Texas public community colleges in providing learners an education without barriers through high quality digital educational opportunities, resources, and services. Founded in 1998 by the Texas Association of Read More >

Play. Learn. Produce.

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Dr. Rosh Rupani and Dr. Sreyoshi Bhaduri

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Many of us are finding renewed joy in our hobbies during these challenging times that we’re living in! For Sreyoshi, cooking has been her unwinding tool. With all the volatility that surrounds us, there’s a quote from the movie Julie Read More >

Mastering Online…What’s That Look Like?

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Dr. Bettyjo Bouchey, Associate Professor of Business and Management and Associate Dean of the College of Professional Studies and Advancement at National Louis University

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Right before Accelerate 2019, I sent an email to one of my favorite OLC leaders and asked about the possibility of serving on the OLC Institute faculty. Honestly, I did it from the place of “it never hurts to ask,” Read More >

Online Leadership, Equity, & Access in the Wake of COVID-19

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Melissa Vito, Ph.D., Interim Vice Provost of Academic Innovation, University of Texas at San Antonio

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This is the fourth and final post in a short series focused on topics addressing key issues for transitioning from emergency remote teaching to continuing to respond to the COVID-19 crisis while providing high-quality online learning. There are many challenges – Read More >

What It Means to be an OLC Fellow and How to Nominate

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Kadriye O. Lewis, Ed.D, Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Evaluation and Program Development, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Department of Pediatrics, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

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As a recently appointed Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Fellow, it is a huge privilege for me to write this blog to connect with you as my OLC family, network of colleagues, and fellow readers. I am deeply honored to be Read More >