@InnovateOSU: My field changes so quickly, I can’t offer a print textbk. As soon as it could publish, it would be out of date. – Nicole Kraft
@eileengr: attendance with twitter – student tweets 1 important comment based on the class — can’t just retween or send out the hashtag
More info about who Nicole Kraft uses Twitter at this Washington Post link. Image links to website.
@tresslertech: Intrinsic motivation psychological needs: autonomy, competence, relatedness
@chamady: heard in a session at Innovate OSU: “The students get frustrated when we post course content in different places. They want it all in one.”
@InnovateOSU: What if you need to edit your iBook? An updated copy of the iBook goes to the bookshelf, a notification goes to the book owners.
@llease: “Video and audio – give it in 5 minute chunks. #getsmart. @Kerr63: Been in several Coursera courses with 20, 30 minutes single videos and longer. Ugh. Keep it short!”
@Autumnm: Dealing with the tech in a non-tech class. Provide templates, plan time for training, take advantage of university resources.
@jaychsiao: Designing online courses – medium: the web. Content: varied. Context: doing
@TaraOSUTech: 60-70% of undergrads don’t buy all the textbooks for their courses each semester – Cable Green
@pmeCbus: “When the marginal cost of sharing is $0, educators have an ethical obligation to share.” – Cable Green
@InnovateOSU: for engaging discussions, don’t post a question. post an idea to support/dispute, a situation to respond to, a current event.
@HowardSJ: Lecture capture doesn’t have to happen in classroom/office: could be a recording of subject-matter expert from distance#lcosu.
@Innovate OSU: The value of podcasts: they’re portable, enable multitasking, build trust with listeners.
@aarkae: The most shocking thing I heard at #InnovateOSU was that men should not fear make-up to be on camera. #onlinelearning