At what point does a theme become a schtick? These ‘deeply flawed’ reports on online education are pushing towards the latter.
"Research" examines academic studies of technology-enabled education initiatives, including the quality of the research and of its coverage in the press.
I’m thrilled to announce our first Empirical Educator Project contribution. From the press release: Carnegie Mellon University and Duke University have shared newly available free tools that will significantly lower the barriers to conducting ethical educational research. The two universities contributed the tools through e-Literate’s Empirical Educator Project (EEP), an effort to promote broader adoption […]
New survey on community colleges and perceived barriers provides insights into the nature of some pushback of online education
Unlike Hoxby report, new GMU study of online education asks good questions and describes research accurately (for the most part), but like past report this one is also deeply flawed and causes more harm than good.
Chronicle coverage of BSRG OER survey confuses key data on OER adoption. #informationliteracy
It turns out MOOC activity declines year-over-year in similar fashion to course participation per week, based on new research from MIT and Harvard.
Continuing transformation of former large for-profit systems, with eye-squinting graphics