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What You Read in 2012

What was big in 2012? Clearly analytics, massive open online courses (MOOCs), and open education all spent some time in the spotlight this past year. Other areas of interest to our readers included library-related topics and new business models for higher education. Listed below are the ten most widely read EDUCAUSE Review and EDUCAUSE Review Online articles, as well as the three most watched videos and the top-three ERO podcasts from 2012.

The editors of EDUCAUSE Review Online look forward to bringing you another year of varied articles, videos, and podcasts on technology issues in higher education in 2013.

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Top-Ten IT Issues, 2012
By Susan Grajek and Judith A. Pirani

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Disrupting Ourselves: The Problem of Learning in Higher Education
By Randall Bass

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Thirteen Ways of Looking at Libraries, Discovery, and the Catalog: Scale, Workflow, Attention
By Lorcan Dempsey

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Discovering the Impact of Library Use and Student Performance
By Brian Cox and Margie Jantti

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Online Educational Delivery Models: A Descriptive View
By Phil Hill

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A Post-LMS World
By Louis Pugliese

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An Open Letter to Students: You're the Game Changer in Next-Generation Learning
By Mark David Milliron

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"No More Excuses": Michael M. Crow on Analytics
By Michael Crow

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Technology and the Broken Higher Education Cost Model: Insights from the Delta Cost Project
By Rita Kirshstein and Jane Wellman

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Challenge and Change
By George L. Mehaffy

 

Videos

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Changing the Game in Higher Ed IT

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What is Analytics?

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Using Metrics

 

Podcasts

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ERO Podcast: Cable Green of Creative Commons Talks About Openness

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ERO Podcast Conversation: Online Education

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Podcast: Analytics Examined

 

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