Category Listings for "Faculty Resources"

All iPad: Can it be done? Part I

Mon, 19 Nov, 2012     blogdesktopemailfeedsipadlaptopproductivityreplacetrial

Warning: This picture contains a photo of my actual desk.  I have cropped out as much of the clutter (and Diet Cherry Pepsi) as possible.

Over the last six months, I have been working with several iPad focus groups. We have batted around a lot of different ideas and uses for the iPad, but the conversation that seems to keep resurfacing is the thought that an iPad cannot be used in place of a desktop or laptop.

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What Did She Say?

Tue, 6 Nov, 2012     distance educationonline

This infographic does a great job of covering the basics of online learning:

http://studentforce.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/edtech-cheatsheet.jpeg

Katherine Spradley
Distance Education
Campbell University

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Course Design Brainstorming Session IV

Tue, 2 Oct, 2012     brainstormingcourse design

Sometimes seeing the organization of other courses can assist you in planning your own course.

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The Quality of MOOCs

Mon, 17 Sep, 2012

This is an interesting article about creating and evaluating quality in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC):

Raising the Issue of Quality of MOOCs: Gates Foundation RFP---QM to Provide Course Reviews

The Gates Foundation has a grant process that seeks to investigate the quality associated with MOOCs and ways to raise the bar using the Quality Matters Rubric.

Katherine Spradley
Director of Distance Education
Campbell University

*Campbell University is not affiliated with and does not subscribe to the Quality Matters Program.

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