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Phyllis Bickford

The Technology Source Archives - Online Drop Rates Revisited - 2 views

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    Online drop rates at University of North Carolina
Phyllis Bickford

Why online learners drop out_Workforce.pdf - 4 views

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    A look at online class dropout rates in the corporate world.
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    What contributes to this high dropout rate and what are some of the solutions?
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    As instructors, what can we do to mitigate some of these reasons for dropouts?
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    Discussions are an important design element to lower dropout rates even in classes that are not normally a discussion based class. Computer applications courses are a good example of this.
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    How large of a learning curve is there before the student can become proficient to participate in the course and start on the real learning objectives.
Donna Steffan

An e-portfolio Design Supporting Ownership, Social Learning, and Ease of Use. Journal o... - 5 views

This is a great article. In Wisconsin we are currently developing a plan for digital learning. E-Portfolios will play a pivitol role for documenting and evaluating student learning.

E-Portfolio tool practices online course design coursework social learning

edutopia .org

Research Findings: Rocketship Education Boosts Scores with Online Learning | Edutopia - 0 views

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    A San Jose, CA elementary school shows improvement on math scores with a blended learning approach. 
Jean Rhyner

How Adults Learn :: Ageless Learner - 1 views

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    Overview of adult learning theoryBooks about how adults learnLinks to other websites about how adults learn More about adult learning on Ageless Learner Learning can be defined formally as the act, process, or experience of gaining knowledge or skills. In contrast, memory can define the capacity of storing, retrieving, and acting on that knowledge.
Dan Sherman

Online Summer Math Programs - proven to reverse summer learning loss - 4 views

Research shows that most students lose more than 2 months of math skills over the summer. TenMarks summer math programs for grades 3-high school are a great way to reverse the summer learning loss...

TenMarks Summer Math Programs Learning Loss Online Web 2.0 Interactive Slide Worksheet Structured Review Master

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Liz Franklin

Kathy Schrock's - Google Blooms Taxonomy - 0 views

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    Cybrarian Kathy Schrock aligns all the Google Goodies to Blooms Taxonomy. A clever display with click through images to each of the Google tools.
Jenifer Melton

Jenifer Melton's E-Portfolio - 1 views

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    Jenifer's E-Portfolio for Online Teaching
E Nelson

Emerging Technologies PSE - 3 views

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    It really doesn't seem all that long ago that Powerpoint was THE new, cool thing to use in teaching. These days it seems that 80% of the time a teacher starts to use it the students get glazed over eyes. It is often too easy for us as teachers to take on a new technology but never develop the skill beyond the basics. Could this be the future of online learning as well?!? It's just too hard to keep up with all the new stuff! But instead of using that as an excuse to never try new things, we should regularly see what is available and incorporate one or two new things at a time. ESPECIALLY if we are going to be effective online teachers. This PSE allows the user to search for lists, explanations, and tutorials of current and up-and-coming technologies on the online-learning scene.
Jane Lucas

Designing Assessments for Online Courses Personal Search Engine - 1 views

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    This search engine will provide you with resourses to design assessments for your online course. Resourse include the theory being assessment, best practices in assessment, and ideas for assessments. Enjoy!
Margot Laird

Learning Objects - 6 views

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    Links to multiple repositories of learning objects for online teaching and learning
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    Links to multiple repositories of learning objects for online teaching and learning
E Nelson

Instructional Tools for Online Learning - 9 views

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    A list of instructional tools and brief descriptions of what they do along with links to the vendor pages
julie steiner

The eLearning Guild Releases 2011 Global e-Learning Salary & Compensation Report by Bil... - 2 views

  • The eLearning Guild has released the landmark 2011 Global e-Learning Salary & Compensation Report. Data obtained from Guild members shows that e-Learning salaries worldwide grew 2.0% this past year, with an overall average global e-Learning salary of USD $76,852 (Figure 1). The average e-Learning salary in the U.S. rose by 0.8% to USD $79,890.
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    This article highlights job descriptions and opportunities for those attaining an Instructional Design certificate.
E Nelson

Promoting Synchronous Interaction in an eLearning Environment -- THE Journal - 4 views

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    Communication is critical in online courses. Synchronous tools really improve it.
E Nelson

US DOE Evaluation of Evidence-based Practices - 2 views

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    The article Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies is a study undertaken at the behest of the U.S, Department of Education to evaluate online learning practices through a meta-analysis of research. It is intended for policy-makers, administrators and educators to use to make research based decisions on online learning and teacher preparation at the K-12 level. The original plan was to have it completed by 2008, but there were so few rigorous studies available that they waited until 2010 to include more. In a search of the literature from 1994-2008, only 5 studies were found of sufficient rigor to measure effectiveness of online learning in K-12 students. The remaining 43 studies were for older learners, with most content being from the medical or health care field. The lead author, Dr. Barbara Means, directs the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International, an independent nonprofit research organization. Her focus is on the relationship between technology, education systems, and student learning. Four research questions were addressed: * How does the effectiveness of online learning compare with that of face-to-face instruction? * Does supplementing face-to-face instruction with online instruction enhance learning? * What practices are associated with more effective online learning? * What conditions influence the effectiveness of online learning? The findings that were most interesting to me were: * Guiding questions provided to discussion groups influence the way students interact, but not the amount they learn. * Learning is enhanced when students can manipulate media or reflect. * Videos do not influence learning more than assigning homework, unless students can manipulate them. * Online quizzes do not influence learning more than homework. * Explicitly taught self-reflection, self-regulation and self
lovinget2

Illinois Online Network: Instructional Resources : Pointers and Clickers : Curbing Acad... - 3 views

  • In discussions among both new and veteran online instructors, some of the most persistently expressed concerns center upon issues of academic honesty. How does one conduct assessments in an online course? How can you be sure that the person taking the test is actually your student? And that they are acting alone, without the book? With the proliferation of online term-paper mills, how can you be sure that the essay or term paper you receive is actually your student’s work?
  • the same technologies which seem to offer new opportunities for cheating also offer new ways to detect and prevent cheating.
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    Illinois Online Network: Instructional Resources : Pointers and Clickers : Curbing Academic Dishonesty in Online Courses By Mike McNett
Alan Campbell

Directory of Learning Tools 2011 - 1 views

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    One stop shopping for those tools you are looking for right now.
Rosanne Ragnacci

Implementing Best Practices in Online Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • The primary motivation is a desire to increase service to students in a way consistent with their needs and the mission of the institution.
  • the involvement of key leaders in prioritizing where to focus online learning development activities was critical and highly correlated with perceived success in these institutions
  • Putting a full program online, when done correctly and focused on student learning, involves teamwork within the academic department and among several units of the institution
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  • a quality online learning experience still has much more to do with the faculty member teaching the course than anything else. It’s still the teaching, not the technology.
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    The study identifies causes for success or lack of success for higher education online programs
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