Monthly Archives: March 2013

Quality Matters ….. an organization for online instructors

A new colleague in this world of online and blended instruction directed to this organization. Called Quality Matters, its goal is to improve online courses in a collegial fashion.  I have just dipped into its site this morning, but will report … Continue reading

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What Historians and those in the Humanities already teach I came across this link on … well…Linkedin….. where this blogger, Heather Hiles,  writes about the need for an educational system that creates self-motivated, independent thinkers.  It seems to me that … Continue reading

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Academic work online

I attended a seminar/talk conducted by Aimée Morrison of the University of Waterloo recently. She teaches English there, but specializes in the digital Humanities.  She is concerned to show best practices for academics to utilize the internet – primarily social … Continue reading

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