Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds

University faculties and and departments tend to gain the reputation of the ivory tower, where members have wandered too far into their research and, in […] The post Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds

Worth Sharing: (Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything

“Appropriate practice is the single most neglected aspect of effective instruction.” (Merrill, 2001) This is one of MANY reasons why gamification can be helpful in […] The post Worth Sharing: (Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Worth Sharing: (Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything

Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science

Not new, but an excellent take on the issue. Last week, I wrote a post on the hierarchy of scientific evidence which included the figure […] The post Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science

Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning

In a recent article by The Chronicle of Higher Education, What Do Students Want From Online Courses?, the publication examines the findings of a study […] The post Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning

Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work

I am giving a seminar this coming week at the School of Education at Oxford University on how my ICT4D research and practitioner work, generally […] The post Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Upcoming seminar at Oxford University on how my ICT4D work informs my future-focused work

What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning? Episode 2

I recently posted a table explaining the differences between games, serious games, educational, games, GBL, etc.   I thought a concrete example might help to […] The post What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning? Episode 2 appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning? Episode 2

Strada-Gallup’s 2017 College Survey Suggests Higher Ed Is Struggling

The results of Strada-Gallup’s 2017 College Survey appear to point to a growing disconnect between postsecondary mandates and employer needs. As the recently released study […] The post Strada-Gallup’s 2017 College Survey Suggests Higher Ed Is Struggling appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Strada-Gallup’s 2017 College Survey Suggests Higher Ed Is Struggling

DC: This is what I mean by saying institutions of traditional higher ed aren’t keeping pace w/ the new, exponential pace of change

From DSC: Regarding the article below…why did it take Udacity needing to team up with Infosys to offer this type of program and curriculum? Where […] The post DC: This is what I mean by saying institutions of traditional higher ed aren’t keeping pace w/ the new, exponential pace of change appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading DC: This is what I mean by saying institutions of traditional higher ed aren’t keeping pace w/ the new, exponential pace of change

5 Ways Online Learning Can Open Doors For All Students

According to Babson Survey Research Group, the number of students registered in online courses grew to 5.8 million nationally. Online class growth has been consistent […] The post 5 Ways Online Learning Can Open Doors For All Students appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading 5 Ways Online Learning Can Open Doors For All Students