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

“It is predicted that 50% of current jobs will disappear by 2030.” Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life & Work [Wade]

Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life and Work — from huffingtonpost.com by Sophie Wade Excerpt (emphasis DSC): A […] The post “It is predicted that 50% of current jobs will disappear by 2030.” Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life & Work [Wade] appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading “It is predicted that 50% of current jobs will disappear by 2030.” Updating Education for the Evolving Job Market: Learning at the Pace of Life & Work [Wade]

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil]

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech — from nytimes.com by Cathy O’Neil Excerpt: We need academia to step up to fill in the gaps […] The post The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil] appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil]

Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies

Jen Ross and I presented the other day at a two day event for AHRC, the first day being critical futures in heritage studies and […] The post Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Critical perspectives on mobilities, mobile technology, and heritage futures: notes from a recent presentation on futures in heritage studies