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November 14, 2018

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THE FUTURE OF WORK AND LEARNING The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and it is changing everything. The Third Industrial Revolution (aka the digital revolution) is defined by electronics and IT, automated production, and advanced globalization. It has changed how individuals interact with each other, commerce, and whole communities. However, the changes we are beginning to see, […]

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#DigPed Narratives in Education: Critical Perspectives on Power and Pedagogy

This mixed methods study addresses a knowledge gap in the nature and effects of networked scholarship. We analyze #DigPed, a Twitter hashtag on critical pedagogy, through the lens of Tufekci’s Capacities and Signals framework in order to understand (1) how educational narratives develop and spread on #DigPed, and (2) the nature of their capacities. Using […]

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Scaffolding Progressive Online Discourse for Literary Knowledge Building

Drawing on research from online, knowledge-building, and discussion-based learning, this design-based experiment captures the instructional moves theorized to develop student capacity in progressive, literary discourse. The experiment employed Knowledge Forum and its unique capacity to scaffold student learning of progressive discourse that results in an explanatory model, theory, or literary interpretation. Analysis of student discussion […]

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Testing Google Scholar bibliographic data: Estimating error rates for Google Scholar citation parsing

We present some systematic tests of the quality of bibliographic data exports available from Google Scholar. While data quality is good for journal articles and conference proceedings, books and edited collections are often wrongly described or have incomplete data. We identify a particular problem with material from online repositories. First Monday

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Scholars’ temporal participation on, temporary disengagement from, and return to Twitter

Even though the extant literature investigates how and why academics use social media, much less is known about academics’ temporal patterns of social media use. This mixed methods study provides a first-of-its-kind investigation into temporal social media use. In particular, we study how academics’ use of Twitter varies over time and examine the reasons why […]

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Teaching in Higher Ed Podcasts: Faculty Development for Professors

This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students. Teaching in Higher Ed

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Online Student Services: What, Where, Who, When, How, and Most Importantly, Why

In 2002, I moved to academia after a career in the engineering industry. One of the questions I was asked in my interviews at the college was whether I could teach online. I had taught via distance learning in a fairly loose model, working with engineers and support staff across the globe in my role […]

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Woz U to Deliver Tech Education Through U North Dakota

The University of North Dakota has teamed up with for-profit training company Woz U to provide short-term technology education programs. The institution is including the courses provided by Steve Wozniak’s education company as part of its “personal & professional development” catalog. These don’t offer standard college credit. Campus Technology

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Online Education Ascends

Number and proportion of college and university students taking classes online grew solidly in 2017, as overall postsecondary enrollments fell. A third of all students now take at least one online course. Inside Higher ED

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November 6, 2018

Distance-Educator.com Free e-Newsletter 11/5/18

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Conflicted Views of Technology: A Survey of Faculty Attitudes The proportion of college instructors who are teaching online and blended courses is growing. So is their support for using technology to deliver instruction. But their belief in the quality and effectiveness of online courses and digital technology isn’t keeping pace. Those are among the findings […]

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Effective Tagging Practices for Online Learning Environments: An Exploratory Study of Tag Approach and AccuracyThis exploratory study examines student tagging activity within a five-week social bookmarking unit. Students in six sections of a course were tasked with locating, tagging, and then highlighting and discussing course-related materials using Diigo, a social bookmarking tool. Three different tagging approaches were tested: dictionary only, freestyle only, and dictionary + freestyle. Analysis focused on […]

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“Doing the courses without stopping my life”: Time in a professional Master’s programThis study investigates how time intersects with student learning in Canada’s first, and only, Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) in an online teaching and learning stream. Thirty-two students responded to a survey that asked about their experiences, perceptions, and challenges after their first year of the program. Descriptive statistics and NVIVO 10 were […]

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A Framework for Implementing OER-Based Lesson Design Activities for Pre-Service TeachersThe demand for qualified teachers with sufficient pedagogical knowledge and skills is high. However, existing teacher education programs do not provide adequate experiences through which to develop pre-service teachers’ professional foundations. This study recognized Open Educational Resources (OER) as a means by which to address the issue of enhancing teacher education. The purpose of this […]

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Open Universities: the next phaseThe purpose of this paper is to report on research on the views of Presidents and Vice Chancellors of Open Universities of current threats and opportunities for their institutions as the author marks the 50th anniversary of the first Open University in the UK established in 1969. The paper offers a historical account of the […]

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IU Libraries receives $1.2 million grant to develop ability to search digitized audiovisual filesBLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Current access to text-based data and knowledge is unprecedented in human history. Now, enabled by a $1.2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Indiana University Libraries is setting its sights on the next research frontier: hundreds of millions of hours of audiovisual content. Indiana University

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Athabasca University first Canadian post-secondary institution to officially collaborate with Amazon Web ServicesAthabasca, Alberta – Athabasca University (AU) announced today that it is the first Canadian post- secondary institution to enter into a formal collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS). Not only will this collaboration modernize AU’s IT infrastructure, the two organizations will also be designing, implementing and managing cloud education programs, artificial intelligence and […]

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Cengage Partners with MobLab to Integrate Gaming into MindTap Economics CoursesBOSTON and PASADENA, CA, October 25, 2018 – Cengage, an education and technology company, is partnering with MobLab, a provider of online games and experiments for Business and Economics, to incorporate application-based games into MindTap for Economics learning experiences. More than one million students take Principles of Economics each year, and MindTap is the leading […]

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D2L Extends Its Education Customer Base Across EMEA: D2L is reaching more students in the UK, Europe, Middle East and South AfricaD2L, the global learning technology leader, announced further growth in the EMEA region, with new education customers deploying its Brightspace learning platform. This year, educational institutions across the EMEA region have chosen D2L’s Brightspace platform to make the student learning experience more flexible, personalised and engaging. Created for the mobile learner, Brightspace offers rich multimedia […]

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October 30, 2018

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Empowering student voice and choice to deliver personalized education Executive summary Many educators and school districts know that K–12 education has to consider the learning requirements, preferences and talents of individual students inorder to be effective in preparing them for success in their college, careers andlife. Listening to students’ voices and giving them learning choices are […]

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Student Perceptions of the Most Effective and Engaging Online Learning Activities in a Blended Graduate Seminar

The principal concern of this research was to learn more about effective designs of learning activities in blended courses. A questionnaire was administered in three sections of a not-for-credit intensive blended graduate seminar in university teaching. The online activities included readings, videos, discussion forum activities and other activities using a range of web-based technologies. Students […]

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Strengths-Based Analysis of Student Success in Online Courses

Online courses today give a broad, diverse population access to higher education. Despite postsecondary institutions embracing this opportunity, scholarly literature reveals persistent concern over low retention rates in online courses. In response to this concern, an explanatory sequential, mixed methods study was conducted in three phases at a public research university to simultaneously explore personal, […]

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Pushing Toward a More Personalized MOOC: Exploring Instructor Selected Activities, Resources, and Technologies for MOOC Design and Implementation

This study explores the activities, tools, and resources that instructors of massive open online courses (MOOCs) use to improve the personalization of their MOOCs. Following email interviews with 25 MOOC and open education leaders regarding MOOC personalization, a questionnaire was developed. This questionnaire was then completed by 152 MOOC instructors from around the world. While […]

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MOOC Makers: Professors’ Experiences With Developing and Delivering MOOCs

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have been described as purposeful educational resources for teaching, open educational initiatives, competency-based learning, and the like. They have also been described as an agent of higher education’s deterioration. Although MOOCs are often discussed in terms of their current and future usefulness, or lack thereof, in higher education contexts, very […]

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D2L Announces Release of Magenta — Brightspace Evolving

Today, D2L launches its Magenta Release — the latest version of its Brightspace LMS — which lets students around the world get structured and meaningful feedback on any learning activity, helping to improve their learning outcomes. Desire2Learn

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edX launches 9 master’s degrees through major university partners

To help meet a growing demand for skilled technology workers, edX, the online education platform backed by Harvard and MIT, announced this week it has expanded its graduate course offerings to include nine new programs. edscoop

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As Alternative Higher-Ed Pathways Take Off, We’re Still Forgetting Parent Learners

Higher education has, in some ways, woken up to the realities of demographic and technological change. Institutions can’t keep preparing the same students for the same jobs in the same way they always have. The savviest colleges and universities are adapting to better serve adult and lower-income students, and the ones that aren’t are losing […]

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University of Bath launches online master’s programmes

In a new partnership with Wiley Education Services, the University of Bath will launch its first fully online master’s degree programmes as part of an initiative to broaden its international reach. The first programmes, set to launch in 2019, will be the MSc Applied Economics (Banking & Finance), the MSc Computer Science, and the MSc Entrepreneurship Management and […]

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October 23, 2018

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Emerging identities in virtual exchange The study discussed in this book shows how online learner identities are discursively constructed between the participants and that these identities aredynamic and fluid. The author carefully outlines how the actions of the ‘teachers’(facilitators in this case), the online platform, and even the local environments of the participants can affect […]

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Adaptive Learning: A Stabilizing Influence Across Disciplines and Universities

This study represents an adaptive learning partnership among The University of Central Florida, Colorado Technical University, and the platform provider Realizeit. A thirteen-variable learning domain for students forms the basis of a component invariance study. The results show that four dimensions: knowledge acquisition, engagement activities, communication and growth remain constant in nursing and mathematics courses […]

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Gamify Online Courses with Tools Built into Your Learning Management System (LMS) to Enhance Self-Determined and Active Learning

“Gamified” active learning has been shown to increase students’ academic performance, engagement, and make more social connections than standard course settings. However, the costs to use an educational game design with efficient delivery of the game/course plan can be problematic. Our first objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of gamification by using existing techniques (e.g., […]

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How do Virtual Teams Collaborate in Online Learning Tasks in a MOOC?

Modern learning theories stress the importance of student-centered and self-directed learning. Problem-Based Learning (PBL) supports this by focusing on small group learning centered around authentic problems. PBL, however, usually relies heavily on face-to-face team collaboration and tutor guidance. Yet, when applied in online/blended environments, such elements may not be feasible or even desirable. This study […]

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Troubleshooters for Tasks of Introductory Programming MOOCs

Learning programming has become more and more popular and organizing introductory massive open online courses (MOOCs) on programming can be one way to bring this education to the masses. While programming MOOCs usually use automated assessment to give feedback on the submitted code, the lack of understanding of certain aspects of the tasks and feedback […]

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A University Helps Its Peers Go Online

As an early adopter of online learning, Franklin University built a strong technology and content infrastructure — which it is now deploying with other colleges that want to start or expand their own digital course offerings. Inside Higher Ed

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Oregon State University helps lead project to bring faster broadband to Oregon

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon Fiber Partnership, a collaborative effort of Oregon State University, the state’s major public research universities and state government, has taken a key step to develop a statewide, high-speed optical network. Oregon State University

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McGraw-Hill Education Expands its Free, Virtual Professional Development Series for College Instructors

Upcoming PD event on the science of critical thinking will feature renowned cognitive scientist and provide strategies to help students develop a growth mindset McGraw-Hill Education

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Boost to university-industry AI research collaboration

As the global race in artificial intelligence (AI) research intensified over the past year, South Korea’s ministry of science and ICT recently announced a KRW2.2 trillion (US$2 billion) budget for AI research and development to build up talent and use its universities’ strong links with industry to become a global AI powerhouse by 2022. University […]

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October 16, 2018

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How will artificial intelligence change education in the years and decades ahead? In this P21 webinar, Thomas Arnett joins David Ross, Brad Spirrison, and Casey Agena to discuss the future of artificial intelligence and what it could mean for students in the classroom. Christensen Institute

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Are students getting used to Learning Technology? Changing media usage patterns of traditional and non-traditional students in higher education

In 2012 (N = 2339) and 2015 (N = 1327), a longitudinal analysis was carried out to investigate changes in the media usage patterns of German higher education (HE) students, with a special emphasis on differences between traditional students (TS) and non-traditional students (NTS). Based on an online questionnaire, the students provided information about the […]

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Reading in a post-textual era

This paper analyses major social shifts in reading by comparing publishing statistics with results of empirical research on reading. As media statistics suggest, the last five decades have seen two shifts: from textual to visual media, and with the advent of digital screens also from long-form to short-form texts. This was accompanied by new media-adequate […]

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The Old Is New Again: Digital Mapping as an Avenue for Student Learning

As a digital mapping tool, geographic information systems can be used across disciplines with students of varying technical expertise and comfort levels. The teaching possibilities created by interactive student projects bring life to events and people through space and time. EDUCAUSE Review

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Information and communication technologies and students’ out-of-school learning experiences

The widespread availability of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has generated new activity contexts that provide opportunities and resources for learning, at the same time as expanding the learning potential of traditional contexts such as the family and schools. Within this framework the present study analyses the frequency with which students of three ages (10, […]

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AI Knowledge Map: how to classify AI technologies: A sketch of a new AI technology landscape

I have been in the space of artificial intelligence for a while, and I am aware that multiple classifications, distinctions, landscapes, and infographics exist to represent and track the different ways to think about AI. However, I am not a big fan of those categorization exercises, mainly because I tend to think that the effort […]

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Understanding Learner Variability to Personalize Learning

Personalized learning is being heralded as an antidote for much that ails the education system. It is deemed by some as a way to inspire and motivate students, tailor instruction to meet student needs, and scale instruction with the support of technology. Many schools nationwide are exploring ways to personalize the learning experience. But a […]

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Portfolium Is Helping Princeton Students Connect Beyond Classroom

As a freshman, arriving on a large university campus is always intimidating. While a few U.S. high schools have over 4,000 students (for example, Brooklyn Tech in New York City), according to the National Center for Educational Statistics, most U.S. high schools have under 1,000 students. This is not the case at the postsecondary level. […]

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New Project Aims to Use Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Teacher Training

(TNS) – WORCESTER – A new government-funded research project at Worcester Polytechnic Institute aims to use artificial intelligence in hopes of revolutionizing the way teachers evaluate their own performance in the classroom. Computer science professor Jacob Whitehill and his colleagues have received a $750,000, three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to develop the Automatic […]

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