Twenty years later, it still looks broken to me.
The arc of history is long, but I want to believe, admittedly against much evidence, that it bends toward sanity.
Lo how the mighty have fallen. And are taking everyone else with them.
Update: Due to summer vacations, we are in the process of rescheduling this (and other) Blursday sessions for August. Sorry, and stay tuned! We’re lucky this Blursday to be joined by Tom Cavanagh, University of Central Florida Vice President for Digital Learning. Tom has been building one of the great online and blended, evidence-based, faculty-friendly […]
I’m in a bad mood today.
The phrase “empowering educators” is a cliché that usually doesn’t mean much. We could use the language of business—as I have—to describe educators as knowledge workers and think about optimizing their workflows to reduce the amount of time they spend on low-value tasks and increase their opportunities to apply their expert judgment to high-value tasks. […]
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