In a recent post, I gave some good reasons why teachers should use a learning management system when teaching a course. I didn’t reference the gradebook in that article a single time. Yet, among the LaGrange College faculty, survey results bear
In a recent meeting, when looking through some notes taken during a learning management system (LMS) backup, a colleague noted that the faculty at my institution could be using the LMS more effectively. Another colleague suggested that we should message
Introduction I recently made a trip to Orlando, FL for the 2015 OLC International Conference on Online Learning. A great conference, the venue provides excellent opportunities for networking, seeing what others have done or are doing, and for expanding
As part of the Online Learning Consortium’s 2015 International Conference (#OLC15), Melissa Venable and I gave a presentation with the same title as this blog post. Dr. Venable has already written about Snapchat at onlinecolleges.net. If you’re not aware of Snapchat
At the upcoming Online Learning Consortium’s 21st Annual International Conference, Melissa Venable and I will be giving a presentation, entitled “Snapchat: Bridging the Communication Chasm in Online Courses“. I’ll post slides, eventually.