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D. Christopher Brooks, Ph.D. Jan 8
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Connie Johnson Apr 9
Q1 Adults today have expectations of immediacy of information due to proliferation of computers and mobile devices. Also, today, employment is explicitly stated as a final outcome of a degree in many cases.
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Tanya Spilovoy, EdD May 14
Hi All: I’m happy to be part of this conversation. As a former Distance Ed Director/Dean of students, I always wanted to find the silver bullet for online persistence & retention. My Doc Dissertation research=“Retention Strategies for Mother’s in Online Programs.
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Lesley Voigt Feb 12
I think we sometimes forget that the future has always been unpredictable. The larger problem we're dealing with is the rate at which things are changing, and how to teach "relevant" skills. Attempting to teach students that they're never done learning.
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Connie Johnson Apr 9
Q1 One tool that assists adult learners is mobile devices including tablets.
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Ted Whitney Mar 12
Hello, All. I am Ted Whitney from Liberty University. Community can be defined as a group of people with a common interest (family, religion, education, career, etc.)
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Michelle Pacansky-Brock Jan 15
How Colleges Can Support Faculty New to Teaching Online | EdSurge News
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Kathe Pelletier May 14
Q5. (1) People power! (2) Relationships are everything! (3)
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Jennifer Albat Mar 12
I'll participate as much as I can today, but I'm in the middle of a big course build!
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Suzanne Healy Jan 8
A2: Provide an opportunity for faculty to be online students so they can better empathize with their students
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Megan Raymond Jun 11
A1. Not a book, but I've downloaded several white papers for some easy reading on in .
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D. Christopher Brooks, Ph.D. Jan 8
Lurking today as I'm in the middle of crunching some numbers, but I'm loving the energy and responses to Q1 so far!
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Alex Kluge Jun 11
A5 Yeah - engagement seems to be an issue over the summer. I'm now in industry, where I do and other software, so the summer isn't really a break. Perhaps a free or discounted conference attendance for some random participant?
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Alrike Claassen Dec 11
Hi everybody, I am Alrike from North-West University South Africa and I define in as creatively redefining education
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Carrie Wandler, Ed.D. Jan 8
A6 this is my fav question! Asking fac to Innovate can feel so daunting (on both sides). In GE, we have been doing “innovation with guardrails”—articulating a long-standing obstacle in a course and inviting fac to address in unique/ innovative ways
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Ashley Montgomery May 14
Q5: The focus cannot stray from what students need to be successful & the earlier we can connect them with the people and resources, the better.
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Dr. Cali Morrison (DocCMo bc it's fun) May 20
Ok my brain trust I'm stuck -- I need an interactive activity for the middle of a webinar on can't be more than 3 minutes long. Must be able to be done solo or in a group. Last time I did a build-a-badge activity.
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Erin Gratz Mar 12
Excited to join the on building community for online students!
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Malcolm Brown Dec 11
Culture change is like breaking a habit: it needs constant reinforcement, especially from senior leadership. Also important to the the “why” of the change visible at all times
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ClassHook Jun 11
4 Essential Tips for Educators Teaching with Movies
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