E-learning

FOAD, Formation Ouverte et A Distance

19 avril 2019

3 ways colleges can expand online

Techno-News BlogThree markets are driving the growth in online education, according to a new report by consultancy Entangled Solutions: online education for graduate students, online courses for traditional undergraduates and fully online education for undergraduates. More...

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18 avril 2019

Navigating the Never-Ending Online Course Cycle

Techno-News BlogThe Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University has since 2008 launched 351 new online master’s degree courses across 21 programs. More...

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4 myths about accessibility and online learning

Techno-News BlogOnline education is supposed to be inclusive; here’s how to ensure that it is. Those who are in higher education are probably tired of hearing about accessibility. More...

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11 avril 2019

E-Learning 2.0 - Alberta Cut

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. E-Learning 2.0 - Alberta Cut
The latest - and last, for the next six months or so - version of this presentation surveying what I have been recently calling e-learning 2.0, delivered at ADETA's 2005 conference in Edmonton. Like my presentation a few days ago, i survey trends, explain what I mean by e-learning 2.0, and project into the future. Some new slides and resources are added. The MP3 audio is also available, which is worth more than the slides as the actual talk came out very differently. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, June 10, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]. More...

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Re: Why Did e-Learning Go Bust in the USA?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Re: Why Did e-Learning Go Bust in the USA?
A spirited debate has eruped following the publication of Thwarted Innovation: What Happened to e-Learning and Why by Robert Zemsky and William F. Massy. Probably the best response comes from Carol A. Twigg and is reporduced here in this DEOS post from Catherine Chambers. More...

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E-Learning 2.0

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. E-Learning 2.0
Slides from my online presentation today for the Canadian Institute for Distance Education Research (CIDER). I argue that e-learning is evolving into a distributed and learner centered mode. You'll notice that they look a lot like the last three sections from the presentation I gave a couple of days ago (except these have been optimised for easy download). The recording from the session, which was held using Elluminate, should be available on the CIDER website soon. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, June 3, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]. More...

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E-Learning: A Kaleidoscope of Options

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. E-Learning: A Kaleidoscope of Options
My talk to the Canadian Association of Police Educators in Summerside, Prince Edward Island. PowerPoint Slides and audio (MP3), part one and part two. Once again, I'm speaking in a large concrete room (funny how things like that come in clusters) so the sound quality is again iffy. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, May 18, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]. More...

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09 avril 2019

La Formation Ouverte A Distance (FOAD), entre rupture et continuité !?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour L'innovation pédagogique est une priorité (Apprendre autrement) avec, en particulier, la nouvelle modalité AFEST (Action de Formation en Situation de Travail) et la réaffirmation de l'intérêt, non plus des Actions de Formations Ouvertes et à Distance (FOAD) mais des actions, si j’ai bien compris, de Formation tout Ou en partie A Distance (FOAD). Plus...

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Filling up Experiences at the Online Learning Filling Station

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Filling up Experiences at the Online Learning Filling Station
Like Derek Morrison, I have rolled my eyes at the thought of using a PDA, this after my less than fruitful experience with an iPaq a few years ago. I wonder whether my thoughts would change with one of the newer devices. More...

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Introduction to elearning - Part 1

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Introduction to elearning - Part 1
The content of George Siemens's presentation will be familiar to readers of his work, and the presentation delivers what it promises in the title. Designers will be interested in the tool he uses to present the material, Articulate Presenter, which creates Flash-based presentations (a demo version is available at the site). More...

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