Most Students Say Online Learning Is as Good or Better Than Face-to-Face

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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.

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Students Choosing Online Programs Closer to Home

David Brodosi
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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/

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This Week’s Distance Learning Professional Development Schedule (Jan 29th, 2014) ….

Compfight, add visual inspiration to your online courses – Tuesday, January 28, 2pm-3pm, POY 234.
Collaborate, web conferencing in Canvas – Thursday, January 30, 12pm-1pm, POY 234.

We hope you will join us!

Distance Learning Professional Development Spring Catalog: PDSpringCatalogv2

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Timi Hager
Instructional / Multimedia Developer
Distance Learning and Instructional Media Services
University of South Florida St. Petersburg

2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management

From streaming lectures and other video content on-demand to live event broadcasting, universities and large companies have similar needs when it comes to video content management.

Gartner, the world’s leading IT research and advisory company, recently released their first Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Video Content Management, detailing their analysis of the enterprise video market and its future direction. This report is a must for any administrators and educational technology staff interested in evaluating lecture capture and presentation recording solutions for their institutions.

As the sole vendor in the “Visionaries” quadrant, Panopto is pleased to provide you with complimentary access to this research. To download the report, visit Panopto’s website.

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Duke faculty reject plan to join online consortium

Duke faculty reject plan for it to join online consortium

Duke’s Arts & Sciences Council, which represents faculty from Duke’s largest undergraduate college, voted 16-14 on Thursday against plans to grant credits to Duke students who would have taken online courses from the pool.

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/04/30/duke-faculty-reject-plan-it-join-online-consortium#ixzz2S8EqXtcE
Inside Higher Ed – by Ry Rivard

Education research and the pace of innovation

Education research and the pace of innovation | Inside Higher Ed.

SAN FRANCISCO – To keep up with the breakneck pace of developments in online education, higher education researchers must be nimble and sometimes make do with “dirty” and quickly gathered data. Otherwise weighty discussions about student learning might get lost in all the hype around massive open online courses and other digital innovations. by Paul Fain

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/05/01/education-research-and-pace-innovation#ixzz2S8CoyDDH
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GOP Study Committee Director Disowns Brief Attacking Current IP Law

“Saturday an article was featured on Slashdot which expressed some hope, if just a fool’s hope, that a recent Republican Study Committee Brief could be a sign of broader national discussion about the value of current copyright law. When one sees such progress, credit is deservedly given. Unfortunately, others in Washington did not perhaps see this as worthy of praise. The committee’s executive director, Paul Teller, sent a memo today disavowing the earlier pro-copyright reform brief. From the memo: ‘Yesterday you received a Policy Brief or [sic] copyright law that was published without adequate review within the RSC and failed to meet that standard. Copyright reform would have far-reaching impacts, so it is incredibly important that it be approached with all facts and viewpoints in hand.’ People who live in districts such as Ohio’s 4th would do well to send letters of support to those who crafted the original brief. I cannot imagine party leadership will be happy with so radical a suggestion as granting copyright protection for the limited times needed to promote the progress of science and useful arts.”

 

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