Universities now want “more than successful online degree programs”Read more "A new way to work with universities"
If you want to digitally transform your institution, you need top-level administration representation and decision-making empowermentRead more "How to digitally transform a university"
The convenience of asynchronous online learning is now recognised, and is being selected by most US students for some part of their studies.Read more "Wiley’s 2022 “Voice of the Online Learner” survey – my conclusions"
Universities must be strategic about investing in online learning infrastructureRead more "The Perceived Barriers to Online Learning Have Changed"
If higher education is to learn just one thing from SpaceX then that has to be reusability.Read more "Taking off like SpaceX?"
There is one problem with learning to do it yourself in-house and that is “semantic erosion”.Read more "“Grow on your own terms and remember why you did”"
The £100 million+ revenues generated by those early online management programmes was money better kept by the university.Read more "Choosing your online education strategy"
Developing courses within a learning environment, with the inevitable result that the resulting online pedagogy is restricted to what the platform supports, is not what is desired.Read more "Course Design Onions"
If you’re at all involved in higher or further education, in the last couple of weeks you’ll have heard the above question being asked numerous times and with increasing urgency. You may well have asked it yourself. The COVID-19 pandemic has meant face-to-face teaching needing to be replaced with online delivery, and from a standing […]Read more "Quick! How do we put this course online?"
Professor Keith Lumsden, founder and Academic Director of the Edinburgh Business School, has passed away at the age of 84. A graduate of the University of Edinburgh, he went to Stanford University in California on a scholarship in 1959 and stayed to complete research into programmed learning techniques in higher education. Some of the most […]Read more "Keith Lumsden – an appreciation"