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A Sensible Higher Ed Business Model for Online Degrees: Are We There Yet?
MOOCs: A Toolbox for Course Designers?
MIT’s MOOC-based Micro-Master’s Degree: Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop
Italy: Teachers' Manifesto
For Educational Change - Teachers Are the Key
Ning's New Deadline for Pay-Only: Aug. 30
Prensky's Solutions for Public Schools Are Woefully Simplistic
The ‘Open Mode' – A Step Toward Completely Online
Annoyance at the Ubiquitous and Protean Notion of '21st Century Skills'
PLENK 2010, Weeks 4-6: Learning Theories, Evaluation and Literacies
We Can't Teach Critical Thinking Until We Learn How to Assess It
Connective Learning: Challenges for Learners, Teachers, and Educational Institutions
Cyberbullying: An Interview with Nancy Willard
The Net Generation and the Myth of Research
Cyberbullying: An Interview with Parry Aftab
NFB: NYU, Northwestern and Other Schools Adopting Google Apps Discriminate Against the Blind
The Rise of Informal Knowledge and the Teacher’s Evolving Role
Education Reform: If It Can't Fit into a Tablet PC, Forget It
Whither Writing Instruction in the 21st Century?
The New ‘Open’ Is Closed – Microsoft and Google Still Don’t Get It
The Digital Promise – It Must Be Sustainable
Supercomputing, The Singularity, and 21st Century Teachers
Online and Traditional Courses: The Debate Is Over?
Online Learning 2012: Six Issues That Refuse to Die
Sloan-C’s Definition of 'Online Course' May Be Out of Sync with Reality
What’s Wrong with MOOCs: One-Size-Fits-All Syndrome

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