Category: Reading

Reading Week Reading

Using the Micro-Meso-Macro-Mega (4M) framework for annual reporting and strategic planning by Janice Miller-Young  July 25, 2016 Coming to You Soon: Uber U In higher education, we are increasingly facing the distinct possibility of a faceless future, teacherless courses,

Holiday Reading (and watching)

Jeremy Howard: The wonderful and terrifying implications of computers that can learn MODLAB @ UC Davis Badging: Not Quite the Next Big Thing By Michael Hart 07/20/16 I Love Community Colleges (and Tech Should Too) By Alejandra

Lots more PSE/EdTech Reading

Mostly new articles from the last month or so, plus a revisit to a couple of older ones. Enjoy. Share. And send me others to read too. ______________________ 6 Implications of the Next-Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE) Framework by Malcolm

Holiday Weekend Readings

Happy Canada Day / Happy Fourth O’July Here’s some more education + technology reading for your enjoyment: _____________________________ How to Prepare Professors Who Thought They’d Never Teach Online By Jeffrey R. Young June 21, 2016 The Die-Hard University: Despite

More Reading (June 20 selection)

Happy Monday. Here are some more readings on EdTech, PSE and general tech with a possible impact on education. Enjoy! _____________ EdTech Stories Counseling in 140 Characters: Engagement with diverse students requires that faculty and staff members develop new social-media

This week’s readings

A few more items you may find interesting: Online Education: A Catalyst for Higher Education Reforms (April, 2016) Karen E. Willcox, Sanjay Sarma, Philip H. Lippel, MIT Ignore Edtech at Your Peril (June 6, 2016) Jonathan Rees, Colorado State

Interesting Reading

More interesting reads that have crossed my desk: Mobile Strategy at SFU Canadian Universities and our Digital Future: A workshop by Universities Canada. Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2015, Vancouver A New Architecture for Learning by Rob Abel,

Interesting Reading

Here are some more interesting reads that have crossed my desk. I certainly don’t agree with all the opinions, but it’s good to understand different perspectives: _______________ Why Audrey Watters Thinks Tech Is a Trojan Horse Set to ‘Dismantle’ the

Interesting Reading

Here are some interesting articles that have crossed my desk lately: No Rush to ‘Go Digital’: Study shows faculty members remain skeptical of digital course materials and generally unfamiliar with open educational resources by Carl Straumsheim Feb. 22, 2016

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