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Scaling Online Learning

It’s said, Henry Ford got his inspiration for the assembly line watching workers in a Chicago meatpacking plant. Each worker had a specialized role and task disassembling a particular animal into cuts for sale. Ford reversed the

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Developing Online Learning

We’ve all been there, you sit down to do a project, a piece of furniture to assemble, a fixture to hang, a toy to build. You have the instructions, the kit, and are starting to get to work when you realize you’re missing a par

Digital Design Students

Listen to Your Learners

Design Thinking for Online Learning There’s a fun starter activity that many design thinking practitioners use to kick off an ideation session or design sprint. It goes like this. Give everyone in the room the ubiquitous stack

Survival of the Strategic

Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. — Sun Tzu The Battle In Progress Sun Tzu, the 6th-century Chinese general, military strategist, and philosopher re

Online Learning’s Latest Tool – Talent

Humble Beginnings The world’s first televised commercial broadcast took place in July 1941, right before the opening pitch of a Brooklyn Dodger’s game at Ebbet’s field against the Philadelphia Phillies. The ad was for Bu

What can HigherEd Learn from the Newspaper Industry?

One night last month, New Orleans Times-Picayune reporter Haley Correll accepted a prestigious journalism award in New York City. The next day she learned she would lose her job. A local news competitor had bought the Times-Picayu