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A visit to the University of South Afric...
Last summer I was asked to join a “quality audit” team that had been created by the Commonwealth of Learning and contracted by the University of South Africa (UNISA) to […]
Type S (social) Interaction Revisited
I’ve spent a few hours reading and thinking about pedagogy and LARGE student numbers in anticipation of my upcoming work on a Commonwealth of Learning quality assessment team headed for […]
A Systematic Review of the EQuiv Theory
In this post I review an article that provides the first systematic review of the Interaction Equivalency Theory (EQuiv) that I formulated 15 years ago. The article is: Graham, C., […]
Visit to University of South Africa (UNI...
This is my second and final post on my winter-buster visit to Open Universidat Aberta in Portugal and my visit last week to the University of South Africa (UniSA). Although […]
Reflections from Lisbon, 2019
Life is full or irony. I’m reflecting on a number of these ironies here on my last night in Lisbon. I’m also posting this on both my blog and Facebook […]
Seven Editors Best Picks
From the special issues of Distance et Médiations des Savoirs -Sous la direction de Martine Vidal This post is designed first to celebrate this multi-journal innovative and cost effective means […]
New Book from AUPress – An Online Doctor
I was pleased to receive in the post a hard copy of a new book in the Issues in Distance Education book series, for which I continue to serve as […]
Qualitative Research Rebooted 2018
For the past two months, I’ve been occupied with a qualitative study of teachers’ use of digital technology in Alberta Schools. The study is sponsored by the Alberta Teachers’ Association. […]
More on Distance Education Journal Ranki...
Both academics and administrators love to argue about the value (impact) of their academic work. The old adage of “Publish or Perish” still has currency. Despite the many distribution opportunities […]