Monthly Archives: July 2015

Multimedia part 2

A few years ago with the help of an Instructional Designer who was not afraid to facilitate new things, I altered the presentation of my World Religions online course, to include new tools. My favourite is what is labelled a … Continue reading

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MultiMedia

I had a brief debate on the comments stream of Mike Shatzkin’s blog with Mike himself. He utterly discounts multimedia eBooks as a viable format.  By this, he means that multimedia eBooks will never approach even distantly the popularity and … Continue reading

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New Wine into Old Wineskins

I teach online courses which are only a minor part of the institutional process.  Classes, teaching, libraries, start and stop dates for terms and so on are all based on the in-class model.  An online course of the sort I … Continue reading

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