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All iPad: Can it be done? Part I

Mon, 19 Nov, 2012     blogdesktopemailfeedsipadlaptopproductivityreplacetrial

Warning: This picture contains a photo of my actual desk.  I have cropped out as much of the clutter (and Diet Cherry Pepsi) as possible.

Over the last six months, I have been working with several iPad focus groups. We have batted around a lot of different ideas and uses for the iPad, but the conversation that seems to keep resurfacing is the thought that an iPad cannot be used in place of a desktop or laptop.


What Did She Say?

Tue, 6 Nov, 2012     distance educationonline

This infographic does a great job of covering the basics of online learning:

Katherine Spradley
Distance Education
Campbell University


Course Design Brainstorming Session IV

Tue, 2 Oct, 2012     brainstormingcourse design

Sometimes seeing the organization of other courses can assist you in planning your own course.


The Quality of MOOCs

Mon, 17 Sep, 2012

This is an interesting article about creating and evaluating quality in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC):

Raising the Issue of Quality of MOOCs: Gates Foundation RFP---QM to Provide Course Reviews

The Gates Foundation has a grant process that seeks to investigate the quality associated with MOOCs and ways to raise the bar using the Quality Matters Rubric.

Katherine Spradley
Director of Distance Education
Campbell University

*Campbell University is not affiliated with and does not subscribe to the Quality Matters Program.


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