Norm Vaughan

Not about add-on technology, but fundamental rethinking of approaches to learning – we’re really just adding tools on top of courses that are deficient and ending up with 1.5 courses, rather than a good course…

Late 1990s was where the idea of campus-based online learning came from.

Marti Cleveland-Innes
Stuggled a bit with the denseness of this presentation – wasn’t just about the text size, found the debate a bit hard to follow..

7 Principles of Blended Learning

Case Study: Mount Royal University, Alberta (Norm Vaughan)

Really focused on the first year courses – sets the tone for the rest of their time throughout the course. Undertook online surveys (annual surveys staff & students – their use), student focus group lunches, use of Blackboard, etc…

Those students who had the highest interactive/engagement in collaborative work – had higher marks (may have has a higher start mark, but still..)

Best Teaching Presence

QUESTIONS

Talking about ‘The Nudge Factor’

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