Monthly Archives: February 2014

When is a MOOC not a MOOC?

Statue of John Harvard Wikipedia The Comical of Higher Ed has a headline that says “Harvard U. Will Offer Exclusive MOOCs to Alumni.” After reading the article, the reader learns that what they are doing is giving alumni access to segments … Continue reading

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Open Textbooks and Student Success

Cable Green (Photo: Jeffrey Beall) The tirelessly brilliant and ubiquitous Cable Green sent out today’s announcement from Creative Commons about the U.S. PIRG Education Fund report called, “Fixing the Broken Textbook Market: How Students Respond to High Textbook Costs and Demand … Continue reading

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Humboldt State’s Moodle Office is Makes the News!

Humboldt State University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Our own inimitable Bill Bateman’s video tutorials for Moodle 2.5 are featured at the Moodle News Website as were four of his videos for 2.3. Bill is the lead Moodle Support Specialist in Humboldt … Continue reading

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