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Author Archives: Ann
Hilarious!!! “My fake college syllabus” Via @frizzbarks @Salon. Thanks for sharing!
I just came across Cathy Anderson’s very interesting blog and I thought I’d share her literature review of online learning research and studies. Well worth investigating!
May the new year bring many learning and sharing opportunities your way. Happy New Year and thanks for being part of my personal learning network!
A warm thank you to the awesome team at Learning and Development Global Events (and a special shout out to Lisa Goldstein) for featuring me in their interesting blog. During my interview, I mentioned some inspiring professionals in the field … Continue reading
Excited to announce the publication of our new book “Educational Communities of Inquiry: Theoretical Framework, Research and Practice” and my contribution as coauthor! I wrote a chapter entitled Effective Teaching Practices to Foster Vibrant Communities of Inquiry in Synchronous Online … Continue reading
Online learning future resides in seamless integration of distance students in the university’s regular activities
In today’s world, pretty much every student ends up taking online courses. According to Allen and Seaman (2011), there are over six millions online students (that is, taking at least one online course) in the United States. So how are … Continue reading