Information about one of the authors cited in the OLDaily newsletter
Jeremy Vine’s Being HumanLet's Talk About TecheCOTOOLInternational Journal of Sciences : Basic and Applied ResearchJISC CETISMooTools the BlogBeth's BlogSharing NicelyApperceptualSt. Petersburg TimesPublisher's own license online learning and distance eductaion resourcesOnline learning and distance education resourcesOpenText BConline learningdistance education resourcesWebloge-learning & distance education resourcese-learningDistance Educationelearning & distance education resourcesManaging Technological ChangeeLearningonline learning & distance education resourcesEDENonline learning and distance education resourcesContact NorthInternational Journal of Educational Technology in Higher EducationOnline learning adn distance education resources
No. 5 aha moment: the Web as a universal standardNo. 8 aha moment: web 2.0 will change everything in online learningQueen’s University’s report on online learningMOOCs, MIT and MagicTechnology, teaching and productivity: the need for theory Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campusInnovation, quality and digital resources: the LINQ 2013 conferenceIs there a link between flexible access and ‘productivity’ in higher education?An explanation of how ACE accredits MOOCsA review of the HEQCO report on productivity and quality in online learning in higher educationTowards a theory or model of productivity for online learning: outcomes, scale and designExamining the potential and reality of open educational resources: the 2013 COHERE conferenceMOOCs, Norway, and the ecology of digital learningLook back in anger? A review of online learning in 2013Productivity and online learning reduxProducing ‘innovative’ graduates and how online learning can helpMy vision for an open textbookResearch on Distance Education for First Nations/aboriginals, from IRRODL, Vol. 15, No. 1Why successful consortia for online learning are so difficultTime to retire from online learning?What I learned from the Open Textbook SummitSubmitting a doctoral thesis on online learning? Some things to keep in mindChapter 2. The nature of knowledge and the implications for teachinghttp://www.tonybates.ca/2014/07/27/why-lectures-are-dead-or-soon-will-be/Learning theories and online learningDialogue and discussion: critical for 21st century skills developmentThe nurturing and social reform models of teaching and their relevance to connectivist online learningModels for teaching by doing (labs, apprenticeship, etc.)Is there a Canadian market for American online programs?Some (further) thoughts about ‘agile’ learning designComparing xMOOCs and cMOOCs: philosophy and practiceThe strengths and weaknesses of MOOCs: Part IReview of ‘Online Distance Education: Towards a Research Agenda.’Another perspective on AI in higher educationTwo design models for online collaborative learning: same or different? Why MOOCs are only part of the answer for higher educationAre rich media better than single media in online learning?My five wishes for online learning in 2015Seeking the unique pedagogical characteristics of social mediaBalancing the use of social media and privacy protection in online learningTeaching in a Digital AgeAdvice to the Alberta government on Athabasca University’s sustainability reportWriting an online, open textbook: is it worth it?MIT and German research on the [appalling] use of video in xMOOCsIs there a future in online learning?Australia moves backwards from online apprenticeship trainingUpdate on British Columbia’s open textbook projectBook Review: The Future of the Professions (including teaching) The status of online learning in Canada in 2012Tony BatesOpen Educational Resources AfricaReview of The State of e-Learning in Canada: or life in a parallel universeStruggling with the costs of teaching in higher education5 Higher Ed Trends NOT to Watch in 2010 What should the Canadian government do to increase access to post-secondary education? The Eight Classic E-Learning Publications?Is e-learning failing in higher education?Distance Education ProgramsNew Certificate in Emerging Technologies for LearningBarriers to change: Using technology to improve the cost-effectiveness of the academy: Part 3 Reviews of Evaluation in Distance Education and E-LearningThe Eight Classic Distance Education TextsA report on online learning and educational productivity: disappointed!!!!e-Learning and 21st century skills and competencesEuropean Views On the Present and Future of E-LearningLaptops in Lectures European wiki on virtual campuses - globallyAggressive Plan for State Data Systems Using technology to improve the cost-effectiveness of the academyEight principles for 21st century skills Low use of web 2.0 in e-learning Six priorities for Canadian e-learning in 2010 International trends in e-learning for 2010 Massive cuts to higher education in Britain10 more universities join the African Virtual University A personal view of e-learning at the University of British ColumbiaA critique of Tapscott and William's views on university reform Using technology to help street kids in KenyaAn African perspective on the Tapscott and Williams article on University ReformHow useful is strategic planning for e-learning? Online Learning in Ontario What do instructors need to know about teaching with technology? Preliminary book review: An Introduction to Distance EducationThe link between e-learning and economic development Will elite universities offer online undergraduate degrees? Innovate or die: a message for higher education institutions What does 'open' really mean? Open educational resources in Chinese and English In defence of the book and other thoughts on the digitalization of knowledgeInternational comparisons in higher education: the OECD's Education at a GlanceWorld University Rankings: A reality based on a fraudBook review: Taking Stock: Research on Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationOpen content and the costs of online learningCandid cameras and free speech in the lecture theatreInterpreting international comparisons in academic achievementUK public universities become privatized while the banks are state-fundedHow does the University of Phoenix measure up?Distance education in Mongoliae-learning outlook for 2011A defence of the OER movement: Any Which Way You CanOERs: the good, the bad and the uglyPlans for an Ontario Online Institute move forwardSome basic assumptions about e-learning challengedIs for-profit online learning the answer for developing countries?Questions about online learning in OntarioDeveloping vision for teaching with technologyRecommendations for a new Ontario Online InstituteFor-profits, student loans, new rules, and how these affect students in the USA, Canada and the UKIs e-learning the food-bank of education?Learning to Teach Online: a Professional Development resourceIntroducing the OERu – and some questionsWhy the current professional development model is broken#Change11: Welcome to week 5: Managing Technology to Transform TeachingA student information system monopoly?Online enrollments in the USA grow 10% in 2011; OERs becoming acceptedA student guide to studying onlineMore reflections on MOOCs and MITxE-learning in 2011: a retrospectiveEuropean universities: re-form or die; but what about Canada?Posts from a foreign land: Online Educa 2011, No. 2: Corporate LearningSky’s the limit: the world’s cheapest touch-screen tabletBeware ‘open access’ scam: Public Service UKStephen Downes’ overview of e-learning: and a little history lessonWill MITx work?One-on-one online tutoring at $28 an hourBook review: Quality assurance in distance education and e-learningThe world’s largest supplier of free online learning?Is online learning really cracking open the public post-secondary system?What’s right and what’s wrong about Coursera-style MOOCsCalifornia’s two year college system in deep troubleThe global attack on public higher educationThe money pours in to fund online learning start-ups – while the public system starvesOnline learning in 2012: a retrospectiveImportant developments in online learning in India in 2012Why predicting online learning developments is risky but necessaryOutlook for online learning in 2013: online learning comes of ageWhat do online college students want and like?The future of the distance education universityCulture and effective online learning environmentsWho has the most expensive higher education system for students?Examining ethical and privacy issues surrounding learning analyticsTalking numbers about open publishing and online learningEDEN 2016: Re-imagining Learning EnvironmentsOnline learning for beginnersWho are the founding fathers of distance education?Woolf University: the Airbnb of higher education or a sheep in wolf’s clothing?Are you ready for blended learning?Online learning in 2016: a personal reviewTracking innovations in online learning in CanadaWhy Canada needs five new digital learning universitiesWhat is online learning? Seeking definitionOne business case for OER examinedA brighter future for Athabasca University?Some thoughts on scaling online and digital learningVirtual Reality and education: some thoughtsTracking online learning in Canadian universities and colleges‘Why does Canada have so much online learning?’Is Blackboard dying? The latest instalment in LMS wars.The 2017 national survey of online learning in Canadian post-secondary education: methodology and results2018 review of online learningAdvice requested on ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’Some reflections on the results of the 2018 national survey of online learningWho dunnit? Identifying the major online providers in Canadian post-secondary education March 29, 2019 103 0The Coming Crisis in Canadian Post-secondary Education: 2 – The Canadian contextBook review: Open and Distance Education Theory RevisitedSome thoughts on the future of public higher educationVirtual and augmented realityArtificial intelligenceOpen pedagogyLearning Analytics and ‘Learning Design’Whatever happened to 2019 – and online learning?Online learning in 2020: perfect vision in the Year of the RatIs there an international market for Canadian online learning?From access to digitalisation: the changing role of online learningOnline learning responsible for 10% of the UK economy – it is claimed10 Fundamentals of Teaching Online for Faculty and InstructorsEmergency online learning and inequity: developed countriesEmergency online learning and inequity: developing countriesFirst data on the shift to emergency online learningTwo successful approaches to moving on-campus courses online due to Covid-19Crashing into online learning: a report from five continents – and some conclusionsOnline learning and the fall semester: advice for decision-makersAdvice for students about online learning for the fall semesterCan artificial intelligence transform higher education? What does research say?Happy vacations, everyone! And a reflection on online learning during Covid-19Research reports on Covid-19 and emergency remote learning/online learningHow can the Canadian federal government help the post-secondary system post-Covid19?What is the difference between competencies, skills and learning outcomes – and does it matter?Why, ‘logically’, online learning is superior to face-to-face teachingThe importance of ‘intangibles’ in teaching and learningWhy school boards need to listen to online learning professionals10 Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World from Covid-19 for Canadian universities and collegesFree online modules for k-12 teachers on how to teach onlineWhy Maryam Tsegaye’s prizewinning video is so important for online learning: my 12 reasonsRecordings of Contact North/ATD’s Learning and Technology Conference now availableOnline learning and (k-12) schools: do we need a different curriculum for online learning?
Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2021 1:35 p.m.