” the emergence of new forms and new providers of postsecondary learning offers a logical occasion to renew the discussion about how to define (and ultimately measure?) quality”
There are no limits to the uses for good explainer videos…
another tool for helping students discover how to manage information–and other things!
“Still, in the long run, institutions risk missing the true opportunity that online learning stands to offer. By fully embracing disruptive business models institutions could usher in an entirely new system of creating and measuring human capital, making higher education more affordable and accessible for students who have long been pushed to the margins.”
Here’s how you can embed videos stored in your Google Drive directly into your websites, blogs, etc.
A lot of folks who use Moodle complain about the “scroll of death.” This happens when users stick with the default set up of a long vertical site listing weeks or topics, into which you add content and activities and resources and, well everything. It isn’t very attractive. And it simply doesn’t work with easy […]
Using resources in Moodle to take quick polls in class…
“…there’s no reason for professors (like me!) to continue using out-moded, word-heavy slide presentations instead of videos in flipped and online teaching situations.”