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Thursday, February 14, 2013
News from ELI: January/February 2013
Open: ELI Online Spring Focus Session
us for the ELI Online Spring Focus Session, "Learning and the Massive
Open Online Course," April 3–4. Over the past year,
the massive open online course (MOOC) has emerged as a significantly
different course model. But how robust is the MOOC as a vehicle for
learning? In this focus session, we will explore the MOOC and its
viability as a new learning model.
MOOC instructional/learning model and how to support faculty
teaching in it
assurance mechanisms, accreditation, and analytics
design challenges and opportunities
evaluation, assessment, and academic integrity
year, ELI conducts a crowdsourcing survey among the teaching and
learning community to determine its content anchors
for the coming year. Vote now for the
anchors that matter the most to you and your campus.
by ELI and NMC each year, the Horizon
Report describes six areas of emerging technology that will
have significant impact on higher education and creative expression
over the next one to five years. Check out the areas of emerging
technology cited for 2013.
webcasts of numerous sessions at the ELI Annaul Meeting are available
for viewing. The selected sessions give you a taste of the next
generation of learning that took place at the ELI Annual Meeting.
School of Medicine E-Book Pilots," the latest ELI brief,
highlights the project that piloted the development and use of e-books
in two residency programs. Open to ELI nonmembers after 90 days.
out how BYOE is changing the IT infrastructure landscape and the
innovative ways institutions are meeting the challenges in this new ECAR report.
This report is part of an ECAR publication series on BYOD and the
consumerization of IT. The complete series will be available this