News from the AUF -> Moodle in Humanities
Those of you who write modules on our AUF Moodle platform might be interested in a project report of a Brazil university
that developed Moodle courses in the "humanities". Please have a look on the research paper:
One delicate research result shows that students prefer trending networks like facebook and would rather
neglect moodle as not being as attractive...
News from the AUF -> The Power of Networked Communiation
Recently virtual classroom environments like ours get more and more popular in higher education.
Our first semester course "University Study Skills" also discusses pros and cons of the "networked concept".
Please have a look at our forum thread here: http://aufmoodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=41 .
News from the AUF -> Future Cooperation with MIT and Harvard via edX
Today the AUF administration received word from the vice president of the edX, a global cooperation of Harvard and the MIT that they are seriously interested in networking with us regarding global top online courses. We're excited to possibly become part of the most innovative and highest quality online provider in higher education.
News from the AUF -> How Does the University of 2017 Look Like?
The Indian International University 2017: A Retrospective
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News from the AUF -> TED offers top online education
TED is the latest to directly jump into the education market -- offering something for those looking for online learning, open source edu, uncollege, hack edu, or any other angle on disrupting education. They are calling on top educators to step up and join in with a short lesson to share with the world. TED clearly has some understanding of what video learners want (its why I am videoing my research interviews and other events for remixing later into edu assets). From the Wired Campus column at the Chronicle of Higher Education.