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Disrupting College - Sponsored by IHD ServiceDesk
November 7, 2012 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2012

In his remarks, Michael Horn will discuss how disruptive innovations—known more broadly as online learning—are emerging with the promise to make postsecondary education more affordable, acces…

Online Educational Delivery Models: A Descriptive View
November 1, 2012

Phil Hill is an independent consultant and blogs at e-Literate . Although there has been a long history of distance education, the creation of online education occurred just over a…

Democratizing Higher Education
October 11, 2012

In this keynote session from The Sloan Consortium Conference , Sebastian Thrun discusses his venture into MOOCs. In 2011, Thrun took his Stanford graduate level class online, and 160,000 stude…

Rob Moore

Instructional Designer

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, North Carolina


Rob Moore
Mike Meyer

CIO Honolulu Community College

University of Hawaii System Office

Honolulu, Hawaii


Mike Meyer
Unleashing the Potential of Technology in Education
August 1, 2012

The long-promised technology revolution in education is now possible—but hardly inevitable. Educators and policymakers must act today to unleash the potential of technology to improve instruc…

The Future of Higher Education
July 27, 2012

This Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project report surveyed over 1000 internet users and experts on how they saw higher education in the year 2020. Many respondents agreed t…

Amy Penrose

Content Coordinator


Rochester, New York


Amy Penrose
Building the E-University: Transforming Athabasca University
June 6, 2012

At Athabasca University Dietmar Kennepohl is Associate Vice President Academic and Professor of Chemistry, Cindy Ives is Director of the Centre for Learning Design an…

Moving from Inputs to Outputs to Outcomes: The Future of Education Policy
June 1, 2012

The fast-growing field of online learning, in which over 4 million K–12 students and over 75 percent of school districts nationwide are utilizing some form of online learning, has the potenti…