Instructional technology / distance education

Survey shows participation in online courses growing

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Distance learning programs at community colleges continue to grow even as two-year institutions' enrollment falls.

Academic Partnerships to pay faculty who include live online sessions in their courses

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Academic Partnerships will push for synchronous content in an upcoming platform update, offering instructors who participate a share of the revenue.

Study finds student success lags online in California community college students

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Large study of California community college students finds that they are more likely to succeed in in-person courses.

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference

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Thu, 06/04/2015 to Fri, 06/05/2015

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201 S Grant Avenue
Columbus , Ohio 43215
United States

Connect 2015

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Thu, 07/09/2015 to Fri, 07/10/2015

Location

280 West Jefferson Street
Louisville , Kentucky 40202
United States

7th Annual QM Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning

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Sun, 11/01/2015 to Wed, 11/04/2015

Location

101 Bowie Street, San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter
San Antonio , Texas 78205
United States

Analysis of distance education enrollments challenges myths about the medium

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Do you think most fully online students are enrolled at for-profit institutions? Read on.

For ‘New York Times,’ online education remains a branding opportunity

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The New York Times announces a new education initiative, almost three years after it shut down its last major effort.

How universities might use MOOCs to encourage online teaching (essay)

In the second part of a series on the influence of MOOCs on faculty behavior, Marie Norman offers suggestions for how administrators can use the courses to encourage professors to teach online.

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How MOOCs can develop good (and bad) teaching habits (essay)

Teaching massive open online courses can encourage instructors’ good (and bad) habits. Marie Norman explores how we can use what we learn to improve teaching.

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