Tag: online learning
Outcomes Award: Rural Wisconsin Families Stay Up-to-Date on Changing Healthcare Landscape with Free Online Videos
This is part of a continuing series highlighting the 2017 Enterprise Video Award finalists. Challenge: Mount Mary University adjunct professor Patricia Gondek teaches American Sign Language classes. Her courses don’t involve a lot of lecture but rather a great deal of signing and language immersion. It’s a lot of one-on-one interactions. Reviewing and grading homework assignments dictate […]
One of the reasons online learning is so successful is because it is powerful enough to bridge time and distance, allowing colleges and universities to share education across borders to students all over the world. That valuable ability to time shift becomes even more important in the face of unexpected events. The recent travel ban, […]
Don’t miss the very first episode of the new podcast EdTech Focus with Corey Moss (@cbmoss) to hear the latest news about Sonic Foundry. Sonic Foundry’s Executive Vice President Rob Lipps joined Corey on his show recently to discuss lecture capture, flipped and blended learning and what the future of academic video looks like. You […]
Sixteen-year-old Luckey Hlatshwayo lives in one of the most rural areas of the South African Free State province — a community in the mountains that borders South Africa and Lesotho. “My family is a very destitute family. It’s not very wealthy. They cannot even support me with money to register for universities,” Luckey said. “I […]
Challenge: Osgoode Professional Development (OsgoodePD) is a world leader in law school lifelong learning. Part of Osgoode Hall Law School, one of the oldest and best law schools in Canada, OsgoodePD offers credit and non-credit programs for Canadian and international lawyers, paralegals, non-law professionals, and firms and organizations. The Continuing Legal Education programs range from […]
Northwestern Medicine held Chicago Live 2016: New Frontiers in Endoscopy recently. Gastroenterologists, surgeons who perform endoscopic, laparoscopic and thoracic procedures, third and fourth year GI fellows and endoscopy nurses from around the world attended lectures from industry experts and watched real-life cutting-edge surgical procedures taking place in Northwestern Memorial Hospital. (Patients who were recorded gave […]
Photo courtesy of The University of Leeds Congratulations to The University of Leeds, one of our most strategic customers, on being named ‘University of the Year 2017’ by The Times and Sunday Times’ Good University Guide. The British university guide ranks universities based on 11 performance criteria, evaluating everything from entry standards to the student […]
Emily Henry of Madison, Wis. graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership last year. And she never left Madison to do it.
With a baby at home and a full-time job, Emily – now the associate manager of field marketing at TDS Telecommunications Corp. -- needed the flexibility that only online learning gives.
She enrolled in ASU Online to watch lectures and engage with her peers and professors.
Rosalyn Yorke, a student in the School of Biological Sciences at University of Leeds, says despite her very best efforts, she’s never going to pick up on 100% of what a lecturer says during class. Luckily for her, she’s able to review lecturers anytime she wants. “I watch lectures online after I’ve sat in them. […]