Online & Blended Learning - Selections from the Field

Online Learning Journal Releases New Free eBook

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Jill Buban, Ph.D.

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I’m pleased to announce the publication of a free eBook, a collaborative effort between Routledge and the Online Learning Consortium. In the past five years, the Online Learning journal has undergone a name change (formerly the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Read More >

Online Learning - Journal of Online Teaching

New Issue of the Online Learning Journal (OLJ)

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Dr. Jill Buban

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The arrival of March signals not only the welcome of spring, but also the first issue of the year for the Online Learning Journal (OLJ).  Now in its 22nd year, OLJ is published quarterly as an open source, peer-reviewed journal.  This Read More >

OLC RESEARCH CENTER

Read, Publish, Learn: Inside the OLC Research Center

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Dr. Jill Buban

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In Fall 2017, OLC launched the OLC Research Center for Digital Learning and Leadership in order to better serve the digital learning community as the go-to resource for empirical and evidence-based research, as well as practitioner-based resources. The Center’s resources Read More >

SHARE YOUR CAMPFIRE STORIES

Share Your Campfire Story – and Win!

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Online Learning Consortium

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For OLC Innovate 2018’s opening keynote session we will be highlighting a speaker series we call Campfire Stories. Our featured speakers will each tell a personal story around the theme of failure and its importance–the freedom to fail, failing forward, Read More >

GAMING AND VIRTUAL REALITY

Gaming and VR Lead the Way at UA Tech Crawl

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Scott Miller | UA Online

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In recent years, education entities have seen a rise in complaints coming from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) specifically on the accessibility of web and digital materials. I recently heard of one advocate who has initiated almost 1,500 complaint letters into OCR. The momentum is not likely to decrease, even as the current administration shifts some funding away from these offices. The advocacy groups, and the attorneys, are still out there working to strengthen accessibility for their constituents.

Basic Steps for Web Accessibility

Steps You Can Take Now to Address Web Accessibility at Your Institution

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Cyndi Rowland, Ph.D.

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In recent years, education entities have seen a rise in complaints coming from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) specifically on the accessibility of web and digital materials. I recently heard of one advocate who has initiated almost 1,500 complaint letters into OCR. The momentum is not likely to decrease, even as the current administration shifts some funding away from these offices. The advocacy groups, and the attorneys, are still out there working to strengthen accessibility for their constituents.