Aimed at sweet spot.
But like always as we get near the end of the semester, I am feeling supremely optimistic. It's been such a great semester!!!
Though this may seem like a “duh” moment to many of us in edtech, this is still news to parts of the higher education industry. There is a wide spectrum of implementation of online courses and programs in higher ed – anywhere from cohesive online programs that have a formalized course creation, redesign and QA process to those institutions that we liked to call to as the “Wild West” of online learning, which refers to courses created at will without formalized quality review, partnership with instructional designers or developers, or in some cases even required faculty training.
Phil and I will be giving a joint keynote to the OpenEd conference the day after tomorrow—Wednesday, 11/18—at 8:30 AM Pacific Standard Time. You can watch the live stream here. If you miss it live, don’t worry. The video will be available afterward at the same URL. For a modest license fee, all rights reserved.
Kidding about that last part.
Question is what led you to the adaptive SW panacea interpretation with today's article? And I am truly curious, not trying to argue. Wording of article, APLU grant itself, something else?
It turns out that Mike is right. First-generation students spend 10 % more, acquire 6% fewer textbooks, and end up paying 17% more per textbook than do non first-generation students. This data could be used as a starting point for policy that addresses this problem – explaining the problem and providing a measurement for improvement.
- MindWires ConsultingFounder, partner, 2012 - present
- Delta InitiativeExecutive VP, 2008 - 2012
- HBO SystemsFounder, 2000 - 2008
- DatacubeVP Engineering, 1996 - 2000
- Perot SystemsConsultant, 1998 - 1999
- Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteElectrical Engineering, 1984 - 1989
- Langley High School1982 - 1984
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