Articles, bookmarked as much for me as for you. Happy pursuing.
- Classroom Community and Student Engagement in Online Courses
- Let’s Talk about Digital Learners in the Digital Era
- Digital Learners in Higher Education: Generation Is Not the Issue
- The Hope and Hype of the Academic Innovation Centre
- The Indicators of Instructor Presence that are Important to Students in Online Courses
- If “Indigenizing” Education Feels This Good, We Aren’t Doing It Right
- Developing a Holistic Approach for E-Learning Accessibility
- Eight Patterns of OpenTextbook Adoption in British Columbia
- Creating an Effective Online Instructor Presence
- Welcome to the Jungle: “Not all online classes undermine the quality of American higher education. Done right, they can be a useful tool to get more students than ever through college, and teach them more about the vast network of closely linked technologies that will only get more important in all of our lives as time passes. In the meantime, academics need to recognize that these changes are going to continue, no matter how loudly we choose to whine about them.”
- Post-Secondary Distance Education in a Contemporary Colonial Context: Experiences of Students in a Rural First Nation in Canada
- The Impact of Instructor Immediacy and Presence for Online Student Affective Learning, Cognition, and Motivation
- The Distracted Classroom: Transparency, Autonomy, and Pedagogy
- Can We Really Teach ‘Indigenizing’ Courses Online?
- What’s Your (Digital) Activism?
- Six Significant Challenges for Technology in Higher Education