Monthly Archives: March 2011

Product vs. Experience

The more I see what things other institutions are doing with online learning, the more I continue to notice a similar theme taking place across higher education.  It seems that so many of the “successful” initiatives in online education become … Continue reading

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Presentation software

Alot of us in education don’t really think about the presentation software we use.  We automatically open PowerPoint.  That’s it.  What else is needed? Well, PowerPoint is a great tool.  You can do alot with it and, perhaps most beneficial … Continue reading

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Distance Education roundtable

I had the priviledge to take part in a roundtable discussion this week in Chicago.  Distributed learning directors from several of the top theological graduate programs around the country got together to hash out many of the issues that directly … Continue reading

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Food for thought

 These are the students that will be in grad school in less than 4 years.  What are we doing to address these issues?  Are we using technology to engage learning?  Are we running from it?

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