After reviewing various course quality rubrics, WGU adopted the OSCQR Course Design Review scorecard as our primary method for measuring course quality.
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.
Widespread misconceptions have arisen, but when done correctly, online courses can be as effective as face-to-face ones.
Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL) alumna and faculty Amanda E. Major, EdD, CPTD, PMP, shares essentials for creating a network of peers and cross-functional professionals.
Suddenly, around the world, we were all experiencing the same learning environment, and there was an obvious learning curve. The course: How to keep teaching and learning without face-to-face experiences.
A TikTok video and its response points to a reality that many instructors at many colleges and universities can relate to: though discussion boards are a significant part of many online classes, these assignments often function neither all that well nor seemingly as intended.