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December 5, 2011 By: Mary Bart in Instructional Design For faculty looking to create a more learner-centered environment there are always a few bumps in the road.
Оба направления движения вполне закономерны: компаниям стоит использовать веками накопленный опыт традиционного обучения, а учебным заведениям необходимо более точно ориентироваться на потребности бизнеса.
‘That was the year that was, it’s over, let it go…’, as the old song says. But before it does go, let’s look back and see what happened in the world of e-learning in 2011.
In November, Wolfram Burgard, a professor of computer science at the University of Freiburg, in Germany, administered an online midterm exam for a course in artificial intelligence to 54 students. The test-takers sat in the lecture hall, spaced at least a meter apart, with proctors roaming the aisles to make sure nobody was looking up clues or chatting online with co-conspirators. The students were from all over.
In the spirit of the festive season we bring to you … the 12 curios of e-learning.
This was written by Cathy N.
I just listened to a great video discussion – Khan Academy and Stanford AI Class: Reinventing Education – with Peter Norvig, Sebastian Thrun, and Sal Khan.
UNESCO and the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) have recently published a set of guidelines for the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) in higher education.
Rita Kop and Hélène Fournier National Research Council of Canada John Sui Fai Mak Australia
More Than 10 eLearning Best Practices Recently I was asked to make a presentation on elearning best practices for the elearning SIG of the Minneapolis ASTD chapter.
I had my first opportunity to participate with the MOOC # change 11 on-line, in a live discussion, thanks to a Perth based Murdoch university guest speaker Jan Herrington , the start time was suitable for Australian based participants! The ICT was painless via Blackboard and the quality of the connection was good for the hour long discussion - some lag on audio and video but chatting via the keyboard with other participants was instant.
Rita Kop, Helene Fournier and Sui Fai John Mak have published an article “A Pedagogy of Abundance or a Pedagogy to Support Human Beings?
This is big. M.I.T., the hub of education and technology where innovations seem to happen on an hourly basis… has just unveiled the future of online education. Basically, you can now earn official credits toward an M.I.T. certificate by taking their free and online courses.
What is Digital Pedagogy ? (Marquis, J.)
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