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The Online Learning Consortium put on another great conference this year in New Orleans! The first annual OLC Innovate conference was a huge success, in part because of all of the fantastic attendees and presenters this year. Combining the former Emerging EdTech and Blended Learning conferences seemed to create a new spark of excitement and creativity

This month the Online Education Policy Initiative at MIT released a study done on how to further education in all aspects, with a focus on online education. The study has four focus zones: interdisciplinary collaboration, online educational technologies, learning engineers, and institutional/organizational change. The overarching message of the study is that while all fields are

I’ve never been more excited to attend an OLC Conference! This is the 3rd year we’ll be in attendance at an OLC Conference and our 6th OLC Conference overall. It seems like we would be used to everything that happens at the conferences every year but not us! Everything always changes and the Consortium does

Towards Maturity, a non-profit organization focused on expanding the use of learning technologies at work, recently released a comprehensive report on how workers really feel about online learning in the workplace. These 2,000 workers qualified for the survey because they invested their own time and money in online learning for professional development. After reading the report,

Greetings Protectors of Academic Integrity and Proctoring, We are back with a brand new “This Week in Cheating”. This week we see a service that goes right after online classes and online proctoring. Last night I was scrolling through The Facebook and came across a sponsored ad. Facebook’s sponsored ads are really quite sophisticated. As a marketer,

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