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April 5, 2018
Cheating and its related issues have been studied extensively for decades. There’s an overwhelming amount of literature. However, results from the past and the present confirm that cheating has been...
April 4, 2018
Most of us have experienced the dreaded quiet class. Typically, it’s the class where only a few students speak and it’s always the same three or four. Everyone else sits passively and waits out the...
April 4, 2018
We have a new case study up in which we interview members of the Courseware in Context (CWiC) framework advisory committee about their work: The focus isn't so much on the framework itself as on the...
April 3, 2018
Course workload is yet another of those amorphous terms regularly used in print and conversation for which we have loose and different understandings. It’s a term with connections to various topics:...
April 3, 2018
This multimedia article offers some reflections on the South by Southwest 2018 conference for eLearn Magazine readers/watchers. The South by Southwest conference is held in Austin each spring and...
April 3, 2018
The right kind of feedback can have a big impact on learning. With good feedback, students become more engaged in the coursework, understand assignments better, and retain more of what they learn....
April 3, 2018
Inclusivity and accessibility are values that we keep very close to our hearts at BCcampus, so when we heard about UnCommon Women we were instantly intrigued and wanted to get involved. Post by...
April 3, 2018
During my recent sabbatical, I had the unique opportunity to teach full-day sessions for 14 weeks in two different K-12 settings. Here’s how that happened. I decided to propose this unique sabbatical...
April 2, 2018
Nearly two years ago I wrote two blog posts giving a high-level view of the Online Program Management (OPM) market landscape. This is a growing but messy market, and the market changes since mid 2016...
April 2, 2018
When teachers are tasked with developing an online course, their thinking often follows along these lines: This is what I do in class. How can that be translated online? What if we reversed our...

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