Tweeting at Quality Matters

This week I have been in Nashville, TN attending the Quality Matters annual conference.   According to their website, Quality Matters "is a leader in quality assurance for online education and has received national recognition for its peer-based approach to continuous improvement in online education and student learning."  It is the standard Hodges University has chosen to adopt, and will soon be implementing. As has been the case at all of the professional conferences I have attended in Read More …

Online Learning in Congregations

Over the last decade online learning has grown from a niche market to something that touches nearly everyone.  Increasing numbers of students take online courses as part of their educational programs in K-12 and higher education, and employers continue to shift more and more of their training to online formats.  Given these shifts, it is logical to assume that the future of education in the context of congregations will include online learning. The Rt. Rev. Kirk Smith, bishop of the Episcopal Read More …