Reading your posts about the deliverables you’re working on is really inspiring. Maybe it has been a big news week for online education, or maybe I am paying more attention than usual since we’re engaged in this seminar, but I’ve read a few articles in my regular media intake routine this Hybrid Online Learning Guide for Students with our thoughts here.
The Chronicle’s “How Corporate IT Enslaved Academe” echoed “Engines of Inquiry” and further verified the prescience of Randy Bass.
Starbucks announced it would pay for employees to take online classes at Arizona State University.
AT&T teamed with Udacity to create mini-certificate courses for its entry-level job needs.
Jill Lepore decried the lack of research and scholarly criticism around the ideas of disruption and innovation. The Disruption Machine: What the Gospel of Innovation Gets Wrong.
I can’t wait to see your projects!
Digressive thought: I just realized that throughout the day I have been overusing words that refer somehow to grains (i.e., grist, mill, fodder, chew, cud).