What Are You Reading?

Need some advice for reading for the holiday break or as a resolution for the new year?  I was thinking about books about elearning or higher education that I have read or have had recommended to me in the past year.  I’m also interested in having you share the titles of books that you have […]

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Competencies, Badges, and OER top Predictions for 2012

Thank you to everyone who participated in our call for elearning predictions for 2012.  We received quite a variety of opinions on what we can expect for the coming year. There seemed to be plenty of worries about what others will do to us rather than for us.  The impacts of competencies and badges are […]

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WCET’s Top Six 2011 Elearning Predictions

In the first week of 2011, WCET’s Frontiers blog posted predictions solicited from leaders of our organization and leaders in community of technology-mediated education.  We asked them to predict something that will happen in 2011 about teaching, learning, technology, business of elearning policy, regulations, student behavior, or other related items. Now, it’s a year later.  […]

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What’s Ahead for Higher Education?

Adrian Sannier, vice president of product at Pearson eCollege, and Mark Sarver, CEO of EduKan, will be kicking off WCET”S 23rd Annual Conference, in Denver, CO on October 26-29.  The duo will present about the future of technology in higher education, where it’s headed and how we will get there.  Both are clever, witty, and […]

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Guest Blog: A Glimpse of the Future

Myk Garn, SREB, and Hae Okimoto, University of Hawaii, have been thinking up an exciting new addition to the WCET Annual Conference.  We asked them to share their idea with you. The future is relatively hard to predict.  But, future possibilities are easy to imagine. Knowing what we should do (or not do) today to […]

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Predictions and Hopes for Elearning in 2011

I thought it might be fun and informative to pose a challenge to several people whose opinions I respect.  I asked them to send me: “A prediction – something that you think will happen in 2011.  You can be as bold or safe as you want.  These can be about teaching, learning, technology, business of […]

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