Today’s post is by one of our Institute Fellows, Dr. Susan Lowes, who is the Director of Research and Evaluation at the Institute for Learning
It’s hard to believe, but it’s not too soon to start thinking about SITE 2015 conference in Las Vegas, NV, March 2-6, 2015. As co-chairs
We need to stop giving tools the credit for engaging our students and put the focus back on teachers.
The Journal of Online Learning Research, an AACE Journal, is seeking submissions for research articles. For more information, please see full call below. General Call
Do you know an individual, team, or body of work deserving of recognition for their contribution to the field of online and blended learning? Nominations
MVLRI’s inaugural webinar will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 27, from 2-2:30 p.m. EDT. For this inaugural edition of the MVLRI webinar series, the MVLRI team
With Michigan’s school aid act for the 2012-13 school year, the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute, housed at Michigan Virtual University, was asked to create
In order to keep up with everyone’s interests, foster collaboration between researchers who are working in the same area, and connect practitioners with researchers who
We have compiled a list of peer-reviewed journals that publish pertinent scholarship specific to K-12 online and blended learning. The list includes journal titles, publishers,
Today’s post features one of MVLRI’s past Fellows, Dr. Rick Ferdig of Kent State, and his colleague, Dr. Kristy Pytash, also of Kent State. They
Since the voluntary use of Internet technologies entered education, several waves of innovation have occurred; I would argue we are now at Wave Number 5
GVSU’s library is a flexible study environment that K-12 education should emulate.
Mary Wever personalizes learning to meet the diverse needs of her students.
Innovator or antagonist? You decide.
The digital divide need not turn your classroom into a case of have/have-nots
Could schools hold classes even when the weather closes down the building?