Tag Archives: Online Education

Historical Survey Of Competency-Based Education

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) I have previously written a primer on competency-based education (CBE) using SPT Malan’s seminal article as the basis for understanding the key elements. Chris Mallett, formerly associate provost at Western Governors University (WGU) and currently VP for … Continue reading

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Georgia Tech and Udacity MOOC Degree: Missing targets but still worth watching

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) Melissa Korn wrote an article yesterday in the Wall Street Journal giving a progress report on that Georgia Tech / Udacity MOOC degree (the master’s in computer science). The Georgia Tech online computer-science program is … Continue reading

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Online Teaching Conference (#CCCOTC15) Keynote

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) Back in June I had the pleasure of giving the keynote at the Online Teaching Conference (#CCCOTC15) in San Diego, put on by the California Community College system. There was quite a bit of valuable … Continue reading

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UF Online and Enrollment Warning Signs

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) The University of Florida Online (UF Online) program is one of the highest profile online initiatives to be started over the past few years (alongside other public institution programs such as California’s Online Education Initiative, … Continue reading

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Worth Reading: Use of adjuncts and one challenge of online education

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) There is a fascinating essay today at Inside Higher Ed giving an inside, first-person view of being an adjunct professor. 2015 is my 25th year of adjunct teaching. In the fall I will teach my … Continue reading

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