Design

As part of our COIL Perspectives series Charles Miller, Co-founder/Chief Design Officer of Vidku, sat down with host Larry Ragan.

Each year we ask our participants a set of three questions intended to explore their thoughts related to online innovations and their impacts on learning. The 2015 questions are:

Can you describe a barrier to student learning? Without limitations of time… Read more »

Originally Held: April 30, 2015

Dr. Charles Miller, Executive Director and Professor of the Institute for Design Innovation (College of Education and Human Development – University of Minnesota) and Co-founder/Chief Design Officer of Vidku, shares a narrative of design, transformation, and innovation in the K-20 space and beyond.

Originally designed as video-based discussion platform for a single PhD course, Read more »

Originally Held: March 19, 2015

In this COIL Fischer Speaker Series event, Scott Klemmer shares his adventures in creating global-scale peer learning systems for formative feedback, small-group discussion, and summative assessment. In 2012, his research group collaborated with Coursera to launch the first massive-scale class with self and peer assessment. Since then, their systems have been used by more than… Read more »

As part of our COIL Perspectives series Scott Klemmer, co-founder and co-director of The Design Lab, UC San Diego, sat down with host Kyle Peck.

Each year we ask our participants a set of three questions intended to explore their thoughts related to online innovations and their impacts on learning. The 2015 questions are:

Can you describe a barrier… Read more »

When: April 14-18, 2014 from 3:00pm – 4:30pm EST
Where: Online via Adobe Connect (Link will be shared after registration)
Registration: Required (http://bydesign.tlt.psu.edu/)

**Sorry, this event has already taken place.

In 2013, members of our Penn State instructional design community attended a series of webinars on MOOCs. They were disappointed to find that most of the sessions offered minimal information… Read more »