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ASU’s MOOC lets students around globe earn freshman-year credit online

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2015-08-26 02:10

by Kaila White, The Republic

More than 12,500 people from 163 countries have enrolled in ASU’s first for-credit massive open online course, or MOOC, which launched Thursday. Arizona State University has launched the first class of its Global Freshman Academy, which gives anyone in the world the opportunity to earn freshman-level university credit online without having to go through the college admissions process. The countries with the most students are the U.S., India and the United Kingdom.

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/tempe/2015/08/20/asu-mooc-global-freshman-academy-edx/32074313/

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6 concerns students have about MOOCs

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2015-08-26 02:05

By Meris Stansbury, eCampus News

Two research questions were used to guide the authors during their research: 1) What are the common perceptions among college students about the nature of MOOCs; and 2) How do current college students’ perceptions and attitudes toward MOOCs compare with press discussions on MOOCs? Thematic analysis on the qualitative data (the authors asked students to respond to eight open-ended questions about MOOCs) revealed six primary themes concerning MOOC perceptions: Reliability, accessibility, content, learning, communication, and outcomes. The authors state that as the themes identified mirror previously published MOOC commentaries, “pedagogical discussion of MOOCs should move beyond polarized evaluations and incorporate student perspectives in further empirical investigation of MOOCs as a learning environment.”

http://www.ecampusnews.com/top-news/students-concerns-moocs-134/

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How Coursera Cracked The Chinese Market

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2015-08-26 02:03

by Dhawal Shah – Tech Crunch

Coursera announced in July that they crossed 1 million registrations as China became their second largest market, overtaking India. Most U.S. consumer Internet companies have a hard time breaking into China. Cultural differences and the Internet firewall are a huge barrier to entry. Even tech giants like Google, Facebook and Twitter have pulled out or found themselves on the wrong side of the Chinese firewall. So how did Coursera, a relatively young company, achieve this significant milestone?

http://techcrunch.com/2015/08/21/how-coursera-cracked-the-chinese-market/

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Magic Tree

xkcd.com - Wed, 2015-08-26 02:00
Categories: Cartoons, Science News

New Stanford Cyber Security Certificate To Study Crypto-Currencies

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2015-08-25 02:10

By Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology

A Stanford University cryptography expert will be kicking off a new online graduate certificate program today by examining the future of bitcoin and cyber security during a free webinar open to the public. The Cyber Security graduate certificate program requires participants to pass four courses from among six topics, including “Computer and Network Security,” “Technology and National Security” and “Crypto Currencies: Bitcoin and Friends.” The latter course is being taught by Dan Boneh, a professor of computer science at the Stanford School of Engineering.

http://campustechnology.com/articles/2015/08/20/new-stanford-cyber-security-certificate-to-study-cryptocurrencies.aspx

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30 percent of Yavapai College students not in a classroom; Online enrollment jumps 100 percent in last five years

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2015-08-25 02:05

by Tom Tracey, Verde Independent

Yavapai College, is balancing course and document access online along with traditional classroom experience and support. Imagine an empty college classroom lit with the vapor glow of a lone computer. While this scenario is not likely anytime soon, the trend is undeniable: Online enrollment at Yavapai College has risen 100 percent over the past five years, with 30 percent of students never setting foot in a classroom.

http://verdenews.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&SubSectionID=1&ArticleID=66901

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Syracuse professor offers free ‘Star Trek’ class to the public

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2015-08-25 02:02

By Amari D. Pollard, USA Today

Syracuse University professor Anthony Rotolo will take his students where no class has gone before. For the first time in it’s five-year history, Rotolo’s Star Trek class will be offered to the public for free. Fans across the U.S. can sign up for the online course, which will run from September until December. Overwhelming interest in the class has seen enrollment increase at warp speed. According to Rotolo, around 2000 people have already registered.

http://college.usatoday.com/2015/08/20/syracuse-professor-offers-free-star-trek-class-to-the-public/

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Achieving Student Success Through Gamification

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2015-08-24 02:08

By David Raths, Campus Technology

To improve retention and outcomes for Pell grant students, Ball State University developed a mobile app that uses gamification to incentivize positive activity outside the classroom. The result, Ball State Achievements, is a mobile app designed to improve retention and outcomes for Pell grant students by gamifying positive activity outside the classroom — providing a gentle nudge for students to take advantage of the opportunities already provided on campus.

http://campustechnology.com/articles/2015/08/19/achieving-student-success-through-non-academic-means.aspx

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‘Women Supporting Women Online’

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2015-08-24 02:05

By Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed

Bay Path University is having to adjust downward the number of students it believes will want to study online through its American Women’s College, but university leaders say they see fully online education as one of many endeavors that will help them remain a financially sound women’s college in the future. Bay Path, a private university in Longmeadow, Mass., had hoped to enroll as many as 5,000 adult women in the first five years of the fully online college, which launched in 2013. With roughly 450 students on track to begin studying this fall and a total online enrollment of about 800, the university is less than one-fifth of the way there. “We overestimated the enrollment,” said Carol A. Leary, the university’s president. “But it will get to 4-5,000,” she added. “I can guarantee it, because you’ll have more and more digital natives wanting this kind of education in the future.”

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/08/21/bay-path-u-seeks-build-data-driven-online-college-women

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Partnership highlights increasing use of digital credentials

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2015-08-24 02:02

by eCampus News

DeakinDigital, a wholly owned subsidiary of Deakin University, is partnering with Credly in the delivery of its new credentialing program, which it touts as an alternative to traditional education models. The move could drastically reduce the time it takes to attain certain degrees, university representatives said. Credly, which offers platforms for managing lifelong credentials, will enable DeakinDigital users to manage and share the digital badges they earn in places where they want to be recognized for the full spectrum of their skills and knowledge.

http://www.ecampusnews.com/top-news/partnership-digital-credentials-892/

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Synonym Movies 2

xkcd.com - Mon, 2015-08-24 02:00
Categories: Cartoons, Science News

Gesundheitspersonalrechnung

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Mon, 2015-08-24 00:00

Pressemitteilung vom 24. August 2015 -304

2013 waren 65 % der Ärztinnen und Ärzte in Praxen mindestens 50 Jahre alt

WIESBADEN -Ende 2013 waren 65 % der in Praxen tätigen Ärztinnen und Ärzte mindestens 50 Jahre alt. Gut ein Viertel (26 %) war bereits 60 Jahre und älter. Wie das Statistische Bundesamt (Destatis) weiter mitteilt, war die Altersgruppe der mindestens 50-jährigen auch bei Psychotherapeutinnen und Psychotherapeuten mit 69 % sowie bei Zahnärztinnen und Zahnärzten einschließlich Kieferorthopädinnen und -orthopäden in den jeweiligen Praxen mit 50 % überdurchschnittlich stark vertreten.

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Number of Arkansas Online Degrees Increases

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2015-08-23 02:07

by Jessamy Samuels, Arkansas Traveler

The UofA recently added online degrees to include a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master of Arts in Secondary Mathematics, said the vice provost for Distance Education. Some students take only one or two online classes while other degree programs require both online and classroom components. There are degrees, however, that can be earned exclusively online. Online classes at the UofA are offered through the Global Campus, said Robert Brady, director of interdisciplinary studies. “We have a reputation as a research university,” said Javier Reyes, vice provost for Distance Education. “To maintain that, we need to make sure that the students who are coming are high-caliber students. We must nurture the environment that gives that reputation for both on-campus and online courses.” The UofA offers more than 350 online degree programs and there is a 50 percent chance that any student at the UofA will take a course online, Reyes said.

http://www.uatrav.com/news/article_f2563e0e-45f7-11e5-b815-0f452f14d1d4.html

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Southeastern offers online program

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2015-08-23 02:04

by Rudy Kemppainen, J-P

With the growing popularity of online education in the adult world, it should come as no surprise that public education has adopted the same methodology to educate students. This trend has become particularly noticeable in the Southeastern School District, especially as efforts to contain education costs have become more crucial. “All of our foreign language courses are now taught online,” said Tim Kerr, principal and director of the school’s online education program. “This allows us to offer a greater variety of courses to our students. “For example, if we had to hire a certified German teacher and only had one or two students taking the class, that wouldn’t be cost effective.” Thanks to online programming, this is no longer an issue for Southeastern students.

http://www.journalpilot.com/news/article_bb2376fe-45f2-11e5-92f5-efe253291acb.html

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Online learning gains pace in India with on-demand access on mobile

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2015-08-23 02:01

by IBN Live

Bengaluru: With more study material being available online and growing use of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, the learning process is shifting online in India, a study by talent management firm Skillsoft said on Wednesday. “For many in India, mobile has become their platform of choice, where employees are empowered to access learning on demand,” Skillsoft manager Asia Aruna Telang said in research report, “The state of mobile learning in India”. The report elicited information from 545 decision makers managing human resources or learning and development budgets in organisations and learners across 16 nations in Asia Pacific. A telling insight from the report revealed that nearly 80 percent of the respondents in India agreed that mobile learning would increase learning engagement, while 27 percent felt that mobile learning adoption rate is low in organisations.

http://www.ibnlive.com/news/tech/online-learning-gains-pace-in-india-with-on-demand-access-on-mobile-1048800.html

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Candy Crush: is it a model for online courses?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2015-08-22 02:08

BY CHRIS HAVERGAL, Times Higher Education

Lecturers who find themselves competing with Candy Crush for their students’ attention may not be fans of the mobile game. But a new paper argues that, far from complaining about the tile-matching puzzle, academics should harness its addictive appeal in order to tackle the problem of poor retention on online courses. Writing in the International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, mother-and-daughter researchers Evangeline and Maria Varonis say that many of the structural features of Candy Crush could be emulated in programme design. These include the way that the game groups content into identifiable, compact modules, allows access to these levels only when previous units have been completed, and provides clear, measurable objectives for the behaviour expected of learners.

https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/candy-crush-it-model-online-courses

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Online course teaches kids to program while having fun

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2015-08-22 02:05

By Linda Haviv, Fox News

With technology skills becoming as important as readin’, ritin’ and ’rithmetic in today’s digital world, many parents want to ensure that their children develop the right skills for the future. But many don’t know where to begin and how to make learning tech skills fun for their kids. A new online course, “Server design 1,” is using one of the most popular video games ever – Minecraft, which has more than 100 million registered users and has been a hit among younger players – to teach code to children between 8 and 14. The course teaches kids how to create a Minecraft world that they develop and design themselves using Java code. This is the latest online course designed by Youth Digital, a technology education organization whose mission is to “create creators” by teaching children how to code, develop apps and design 3D modeling in a fun but challenging manner.

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/08/18/online-course-teaches-kids-to-program-while-having-fun/

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Codeacademy: Turning a Profit when Your Product is Free

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2015-08-22 02:03

by CHRISTIAN CAMEROTA, Harvard Business School

A good way to build a large user base is to offer something valuable for free. That’s been the strategy so far behind Codecademy. In just a few short years since its inception in 2011, the company has grown into one of the world’s largest online learning platforms, with more than 24 million users. Not only does it teach a skill set (coding) that is increasingly in demand in the job market, but its users are so loyal and engaged that they have provided the bulk of the learning content themselves at no cost. Codecademy’s community, a collection of technological altruists, is its most valuable asset. However, the company is now at a crossroads. It has grown so big and so popular that it must consider monetizing certain aspects of its business to ensure sustained quality and to continue to bolster its content offerings.

http://www.hbs.edu/news/articles/Pages/bussgang-codecademy.aspx

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Game Element: Balance

OLDaily by Stephen Downes - Sat, 2015-08-22 01:10


Karl Kapp, Kapp Notes, Aug 21, 2015

Brief post outlining the importance of balance in game design. Balance refers to the fairness of a game (especially among multiple players) and the fine line between being too easy and too difficult. "Balancing a game is not an algorithmic calculation," writes Kapp. "As a fascinating article on Gamasutra states: A game being 'balanced' is also always, at best, a rough approximation."

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Connection and Locus of Control

OLDaily by Stephen Downes - Sat, 2015-08-22 01:10


Frances Bell, Francesbell's Blog, Aug 21, 2015

Frances bell asks, "is ‘ connection’ an unequivocal good in human learning? and in machine learning?" Not necessarily, she suggests. It depends on intentions. "The difference between Google and the ‘ good teacher’ is that Google wants to sell ads and demonstrate its influence on my purchasing (so it can sell more ads), whereas the ‘ good teacher’ wants us to learn more than they want to teach."

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