Tag Archives: Tacoma Community College

eLearning 101: An Open Class for New Online Learners

Humboldt State University (Wikipedia) Our new class is slowly taking shape. The course will be based on our old DE 101 (Distance Ed 101) which in turn was based on HIM 100 (a Health Information Management class where we introduced … Continue reading

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Learning Analytics Summer Institute

Marist College Student Center. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Although this is really short notice on my part, I like to post professional development opportunities on this blog to help support our faculty and instructional designers. I have been interested in learning analytics … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Connectivist Instructional Design

I am very interested in the instructional design of MOOCs. While I was working at Tacoma Community College, I co-taught a course called “Health Information Management 101.” The purpose of the course was to introduce health information management students to … Continue reading

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Job Announcement: Open Education Director

Image by wiccked via FlickrTacoma Community College, an innovative college in an innovative state, is advertising for an “Open Education Program Program Director.” I can tell you by direct experience that this is a good college to work for. I … Continue reading

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Connectivism and Agile Software Development

Image by sjcockell via FlickrAs a director of distance education, I often have multiple projects going on: some with the in-house team or with others at a distance in grant projects. I have been researching how projects get done for … Continue reading

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Creating OER: The WHO and the HOW

Join us as we continue the OER webinar series where experts are demystifying the world of open educational resources (OER). This month’s session will feature OER development models and creation tools. Next month a panel of OER experts will discuss … Continue reading

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