Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

Comment from member of research team on USA Today flipped classroom article

By Phil HillMore Posts (409) Update 10/26: We now have Rachel Levy and Nancy Lape (who was the researcher interviewed by USA Today) both agreeing with Darryl’s comments. That’s three of the four members of the research team. While I … Continue reading

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Educational Technology and the Sources of Innovation

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) Based on Jon Udell’s excellent post, I spent the weekend getting reacquainted with work of Eric von Hippel, the researcher who pioneered the study of user-driven innovation. What’s interesting about von Hippel is that his research hits … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Featured Blogger Mike Caulfield

By Phil HillMore Posts (409) Michael and I have been very impressed with the articles from Mike Caulfield, an edublogger who writes at Hapgood. Mike is director of blended and networked learning at Washington State University Vancouver, and he and Michael first met … Continue reading

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Cal State’s New Online Concurrent Enrollment Program: A Student’s View

By Phil HillMore Posts (409) Michael and I have written about California’s efforts to leverage online education to address the challenge of students having access to needed courses, but it would help to hear what students have to say. Towards … Continue reading

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The Humanities “Crisis”—are museums and higher education doing all they can?

By Steven ZuckerMore Posts (1) by Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker The preservation, transmission, and advancement of knowledge in the digital age are promoted by the unencumbered use and reuse of digitized content for research, teaching, learning, and … Continue reading

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