Are Campus Libraries An Untapped Partner for Advancing Higher Education OER Initiatives?
Published By Joana Jebsen
on Nov 07, 2019
In 2014, Babson Survey Research Group stated, “The most significant barrier to wider adoption of open educational resources (OER) remains a faculty perception of the time and effort required to find and evaluate it.” Enter the campus library. Already a repository of materials sought for information, knowledge and entertainment, and now indicated by community college […]
Learn by Teaching
Published By Cathryn Mattimore
on Oct 30, 2019
O’Donnell Learn is committed to discovering teaching methodologies that improve student success. We’ve found that one way to do this is by asking students to teach the very same material they’re attempting to master. By having students teach the material they’re learning, their comprehension levels dramatically improve. This idea is explained in greater length in […]
Can LXD Do for Learning What the iPhone Did for Connection?
Published By Carrie O'Donnell
on Oct 03, 2019
When Apple launched the first iPhone, they did more than give consumers a new way to make a cell call or send a text. With a single product introduction, Apple not only put a mobile computer in the palm of a consumer’s hand, they completely changed the way consumers could connect with others and the […]