Online Education in the Chronicle

Yesterday’s review of the Chronicle of Higher Education collects several interesting articles about distance learning. Among the open-access articles listed are:

Although potential gains need to be weighed especially carefully in relation to potential losses in some of the applications Bruff describes (e.g., “Back channels”), from this list, Bruff’s thoughts about employing collaborative technologies seemed especially intriguing.

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One response to “Online Education in the Chronicle”

  1. A.J. Swoboda (@mrajswoboda) Avatar

    These are wonderful articles. Anything to make learning more open-sources, in my opinion, is wonderful.

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