The Role of Professional, Continuing, and Online Education Units in Shaping the Future of Higher Education | The EvoLLLution

The Role of Professional, Continuing, and Online Education Units in Shaping the Future of Higher Education | The EvoLLLution
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Active Learning That Distracts from Learning – Faculty Focus | Higher Ed Teaching & Learning

Active learning can motivate students and enhance learning, but this professor noticed that for one class, it did not.
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Transformative Practice: Student Affairs and the Online Learner (Inside Higher Ed) | AVNetwork

“This week I had the opportunity to discuss how student affairs departments/divisions can support online learners with a room full of chief student affairs officers (CSAOs).”—Source: Inside Higher EdRead MoreWHY THIS MATTERS:Many online students will never set foot on campus, which begs an important question: how should student affairs departments support online learners? Inside Higher Ed’s Eric Stoller digs into the issue and offers some advice.
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A Strategic Leader for Student Success: An Argument for the Chief Academic Technology Officer (EDUCAUSE Review) | AVNetwork

“Academic technology is changing. Instruction is becoming more of a team sport: instructional faculty want support from professionals who are fully versed in technology, video production, disciplinary content, and the evidence-based pedagogical practices documented in the scholarship of teaching and learning.”—Source: EDUCAUSE ReviewRead MoreWHY THIS MATTERS:Institutions that want to to foreground the importance of academic technology while also staying up-to-date with its changing landscape are looking to Chief Academic Technology Officers to craft plans that are both solid and nimble.
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12 key components of today’s digital classroom

Most teachers today view edtech as an essential part of an increasingly digital classroom, and a new report from Common Sense sheds light on the role these edtech tools play in teaching and learning.

Today, edtech tools are ubiquitous, and the rise of personal devices and anytime, anywhere access have changed how we consume and create. The Common Sense Census: Inside the 21st-Century Classroom looks at how K-12 educators have adapted to these critical shifts in schools and society.

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Monday Minute: First Day Attendance

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David Brodosi
Monday Minute: First Day Attendance

David Brodosi is a leader in the deployment and operation of faculty support services for Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services, at USFSP, with proven experience in managing all phases of projects from conception to final product delivery. David Brodosi manages and provides guidance on technology strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, online course development, and faculty instructional design support services. David is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration and online learning technologies that support his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and technology solutions for higher education institutions.

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It Is Time for the Edtech Industry to Stop Denying Its Equity and Race Problem – The Tech Edvocate

It Is Time for the Edtech Industry to Stop Denying Its Equity and Race Problem – The Tech Edvocate
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David Brodosi is a leader in the deployment and operation of faculty support services for Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services, at USFSP, with proven experience in managing all phases of projects from conception to final product delivery. David Brodosi manages and provides guidance on technology strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, online course development, and faculty instructional design support services. David is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration and online learning technologies that support his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and technology solutions for higher education institutions.

https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1123786

https://connectedlearningsummit2018.sched.com/brodosi

https://www.flbog.edu/board/office/online/_doc/online/Feb_13_2017_Student_Services_Workgroup.pdf

https://slideplayer.com/slide/14718189/

https://www.instagram.com/dbrodosi/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/107636152@N02/

https://david-brodosi.tumblr.com