Monthly Archives: November 2010

Finding Instructional Design Jobs

While the field of Instructional Design and Technology is growing, finding a job can be difficult (in part because jobs are posted all over the place).  It is important to know the right places to look.  The following are some

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Cite — Pearson | eCollege’s Conference CFP

Call for Presentations is now open for Cite. It will be in Denver April 11-13 and in the past has been a great conference with strong key note presentations. The deadline to submit a proposal is Jan. 14th 2011. For

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Research Articles that Show Distance Education Works

@wcet_info tweeted the following today: “Asked to create list of research articles, journal articles, or other “credible” evidence that distance ed works. What would you include?” I have been asked similar questions in the past. While I usually start by

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SITE 2011

Involved with post-secondary education (ideally Teacher Preparation) and technology? If so, you should consider attending and presenting at SITE 2011. I am a strong believer that if you are attending a conference for professional development then you should consider presenting

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Stop Using Windows Media Video (.wmv)

Every semester we get calls from faculty and students about issues viewing videos (almost always windows media video format) in Blackboard or eCollege (the two Learning Management Systems we use). While not always, most of the time these calls  come

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Death to the Digital Dropbox

“As online learning continues to grow each year, so do the number of new media and Web 2.0 technologies faculty have at their disposal, yet the majority of online courses remain heavily text-based. Online learning often mirrors the traditional classroom,

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