Tag: <span>instructional design</span>

News Roundup – April 2017

Knowledge In much of academia, we think of knowledge as something that we possess, something that can be acquired and collected. We think of knowledge as having value for its own sake. However, we live in a world where knowledge is being increasingly commoditized. There is more knowledge than ever and most of it is […]

i-Three Issue Corps – 10 Keys to Developing Engaging Online Extension Courses

Have you ever taken an online course?  Was it required or for fun?  What was your motivation?  Semester-long, short course, less than a week?  For a fee or free?  Did you complete it?  Was it a good experience or more like how NOT to teach online? From your experience, think about three things that make […]