Monthly Archives: September 2013

A MOOC ABOUT K-12 ONLINE TEACHING

By Lillian Williams As we know, questions about online teaching and learning abound. How can teachers encourage greater interaction among students in online courses? What constitutes effective feedback in online courses? In what ways can teachers support a multitude of … Continue reading

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A DYSLEXIC MOM’S EXPERIENCE WITH E-LEARNING

Editor’s Note: Terrence G. Harris is the author of the following guest blog post.  A student at Columbia College Chicago, Terrence reflects on online learning through the eyes of his mother’s experience.  By: Terrence G. Harris My mother, Dr. Delena … Continue reading

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Newspapers may be dying, but the internet didn’t kill them — and journalism is doing just fine

Editor’s Note: In this post, the author argues that a popular perspective about journalism in the digital age is one-dimensional.

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