Thursday, June 11. 2015
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Monday, June 8. 2015
What is the meaning of life? Who would you think to ask such a question? How about a computer? A super computer.
Friday, June 5. 2015
In Part 1 of this post, I wrote a bit about the MOOC as revolution and an evolution. In Part 2, I wrote about the background of my wife, Lynnette, and myself that led us to contribute a chapter, "MOOCs: Evolution and Revolution," to the book, Macro-Level Learning through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Strategies and Predictions for the Future.
Thursday, June 4. 2015
A buzzworthy term recently has been competency-based education and degrees. They are seen as one way to award degrees based on testing and portfolios rather than "seat-time" in a traditional course.
Wednesday, June 3. 2015
In Part 1 of this post, I looked in general about the the idea that Massive Open Online Courses are both a revolution and an evolution.
Tuesday, June 2. 2015
Monday, June 1. 2015
To some in academia, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) are a paradigm shift in online education, while others perceive them as a threat to traditional styles of pedagogy.
Saturday, May 30. 2015
I am an admirer of Albert Einstein. I've written about him and I would have loved to have met him and be able to have a conversation with him. But I don't know how I would feel about talking to a robot version of him.
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Friday, May 29. 2015
Today, I am attending the Emerging Learning Design conference at Montclair State University in New Jersey.
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