Sunday, March 14, 2010

Improving the Outcomes of Higher Learning: Ten Recommendations about Time, Money and Technology

If you're a long-time reader of this blog, you may remember a series of posts last fall-winter entitled, "Ten Things I (no longer) Believe about Transforming Teaching and Learning with Technology."

Since then, through dozens of rewrites, those thoughts have evolved into a new (still draft) PDF entitled "Improving Higher Learning by Taking the Long View: Ten Recommendations about Time, Money, and Technology."

This Tuesday, March 16, we're beginning a limited enrollment workshop to debate and develop those ten recommendations for how to slowly the outcomes of degree programs and institutions: who can learn, what they learn, and how they learn.

The workshop's goal: test and strengthen the strategy, and begin developing materials that an institution could use for strategic planning. Institutions with regional or professional accreditation ahead may find this particularly helpful.

The workshop will meet each Tuesday at 1 PM ET for an hour, for three weeks; sessions will be recorded in case you can't make the live meeting. Click here for more information and to register.  If you're a TLT Group individual member or your institution is a subscriber, the registration fee is waived.

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