5 Myths About Being an Online Learning Expert

Completing an online program doesn’t make you an online learning expert. It doesn’t even necessarily make you deeply informed about the field of online learning, neither does having a certificate Continue Reading →

The Value of Newbies & Naysayers in Online Learning Innovation

I’ll admit it. I can be a snob about some things, which is why I need daily reminders that the novice perspective can sometimes lead to greater innovation than┬áthat of Continue Reading →

Distance Learning is Older Than Multiple Choice Tests, the Carnegie Unit, & Learning Objectives

If a tree falls in the the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? If a century of practice and research on distance Continue Reading →

Traits of Great Online Graduate Programs (Part 6 of 6)

Great graduate programs challenge and stretch people. They are more than the accumulation of new knowledge. They are not meant to simply be quick, convenient, and an easy way to Continue Reading →