Tag Archives: On-the-Horizon

The 'On the Horizon' Series Is Complete

With Jim Farmer’s post, we have completed the series. I want to thank both the authors and the readers who have commented on this post. I’m hopeful that this process has shaped the final product, which will be a journal … Continue reading

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Distributed Learning is Here: Ask Any College Student

This is a guest post by Jim Farmer for a special issue on distributed learning environments for On the Horizon. Jim is Coordinator, Scholarly Systems Group at Georgetown University and editor at the eReSS project, University of Hull. This fall … Continue reading

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A Service-Oriented Virtual Learning Environment

This is a guest post by Andrew G. Booth and Brian P. Clark for On the Horizon series on distributed learning. Professor Andrew G. Booth, a National Teaching Fellow, is Professor of Online Learning in the Faculty of Biological Sciences … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 LMS Opportunities and Obstacles: Exploring OpenSocial, OpenID,and OpenCourseWare in NIXTY

This is a guest post by Glen Moriarty, PsyD, for the On the Horizon series on distributed learning environments. Glen, who is CEO of NIXTY, has served in several executive and academic positions. He co-founded and led Scholar360 for several … Continue reading

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Creating a Social Portfolio

This is a guest post by Nathan Garrett for the On the Horizon series on distributed learning environments. Nathan is two weeks from being an PhD Candidate at Claremont Graduate University, where he has been going to school since 2003. … Continue reading

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