Monthly Archives: February 2011

2011 Top Skills for Instructional Designers and e-Learners

I enjoyed this blog post by Eric Matas (link here) that presented 5 must have skills for e-learning careers.  Terrific explanations and examples throughout provide quite a bit of meat and potatoes for those in the industry.  Not much I … Continue reading

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Why We Teach?

I enjoyed Fred Harburg’s thoughts in “Why Do We Teach?” (link here).  I agree that there are several reasons why some people seem to be inherently motivated to teach in spite of the several common roadblocks that teachers and trainers … Continue reading

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Universities Recruit Chinese Students, Especially If They Can Pay Full Tuition

The NYTimes article “Recruiting in China Pays Off for US Colleges” highlights my fears that there is a growing double-standard in how colleges view Chinese students looking to study in the US (link here). For the colleges, such tours are … Continue reading

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