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Bunny Slippers? I Don’t Think So

So our November 1 application deadline is rapidly approaching, and as I renew our department’s ads for our online degree and certificate programs, I am reminded once again of my number one marketing pet peeve: Bunny slippers. Don’t get me … Continue reading

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The “Nifty Factor”

Come on, what’s more fun than a shiny, new toy, right? It seems that much of the marketing of educational technology and instructional tools assumes that trainers and teachers are on a never-ending quest for the next, best thing to … Continue reading

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Agile Course Design

It surprises me sometimes how often we still encounter models of e-learning and distance education that are based upon a transmission model of communication–as though there’s this “stuff” we call knowledge, and our job as faculty is to ram that … Continue reading

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