Good Reads


Allen, Elaine and Jeff Seaman. Going the Distance: Online Education in the United States, 2011. Babson College. Babson Survey Research Group, November 2011.

Anderson, Nick. “Elite Education for the Masses.” The Washington Post/Education 3 November 2012.

—. “MOOCs and Entrepreneurial Professors.” The Washington Post/College, Inc. 5 November 2012.

Avery, William H. “To Fix Its Education System, India Should Look to MOOCs.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/World Wise 20 February 2013.

Azevedo, Alisha. “In College’s Rush to Try MOOC’s, Faculty Are Not Always in the Conversation.The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 September 2012.

—. “New Guides Aim to Become the Yelp of MOOC’s.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 4 December 2012.

—. “Pearson Project will Let Professors Mix Free and Paid Content in E-Learning Textbooks.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 5 November 2012.

—. “Research Libraries Increase Spending on Digital Materials.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 8 October 2012.

—. “UC Online Strives to Compete in an Era or Free Courses.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 1 October 2012.

Bady, Aaron. “Questioning Clay Shirky.”  Inside Higher Ed 6 December 2012.

Barnwell, Paul. “My Students Don’t Know How to Have a Conversation.The Atlantic/Education 22 April 2014.

Beaudoin, Paul. “Managing Your Online Time.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 March 2013.

Berrett, Dan. “English Teachers Reject Use of Robots to Grade Student Writing.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Teaching 3 May 2013.

—. “Professors’ Place in the Classroom is Shifting to the Side.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Teaching 14 Nov 2014.

Bidwell, Allie. “Former Education Secretary Seeks to Simplify States’ Distance-Education Rules.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/Administration/Government  11 April 2013.

Billiot, Theresa. “In One Online Class, Twitter Brings Students Together.The Chronicle of Higher Education 1 October 2012.

Bleecker, Julian. “A Manifesto for Networked Objects–Cohabiting with Pigeons, Arphids and Aibos in the Internet of Things.” 2006.

Bowen, William G. Higher Education in the Digital Age. NJ: Princeton University Press, 2013.

—. “Walk Deliberately, Don’t Run, Toward Online Education.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Opinions & Ideas/Commentary 25 March 2013.

Brown, J. Noah. “MOOCs and Community Colleges.” Inside Higher Ed 13 May 2013.

Brown, Louise. “York University Professor Enlists Student Snitches to Battle Digital Distraction.” The Toronto Star 2 November 2012.

Budryk, Zack. “Does not Compute.” Inside Higher Ed 3 May 2013.

—. “From Behind the Screen.” Inside Higher Ed 26 February 2013.

Campbell, Gardner. “Ecologies of Yearning.” Keynote at Open Ed 2012 (Vancouver, BC) 16 October 2012.

Carr, Nicholas. “Is Google Making Us Stupid? What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains.” The Atlantic July/August 2008.

—. “The Crisis in Higher Education.Technology Review/MIT 27 September 2012.

Catropa, Dayna and Margaret Andrews. “Did MOOCs Just Make Landfall? 10 Questions to Consider.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/StratEDgy 5 November 2012.

Chen, Angela. “Open Courses From America Find Eager Audiences in China.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 October 2012.

Craig, Ryan. “Elitism, Equality and MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 31 August 2012.

Croxall, Brian. “How to Overcome What Scares Us About Our Online Identities.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/The Digital Campus 2014 21 April 2014.

Davidson, Cathy N. “Size Isn’t Everything: For Academe’s Future, Think Mash-ups not MOOC’s.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/WorldWise 7 March 2013.

DeSantis, Nick. “One-Third of Professors Use Social Media for Teaching, Survey Finds.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 September 2011.

Diaz-Strong, Daysi, et al. “Undocumented Latino Youth: Strategies for Accessing Higher Education” in Invisible No More: Understanding the Disenfranchisement of Latino Men and Boys by Pedro Noguera et al. New York: Routledge, 2012. Print. 166-179.

Eastwood, David. “Being Global While Sounding Local.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Review 10 December 2012.

Engvig, Mona. Online Learning: All You Need to Know to Facilitate and Administer Online Courses. Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press, Inc., 2006.

Fabello, Melissa A. “5 Efforts Toward Creating a More Feminist Classroom.Everyday Feminism Magazine 17 January 2014.

Fain, Paul. “As California Goes?” Inside Higher Ed 16 January 2013.

—. “Ed Tech and the Establishment.” Inside Higher Ed 22 April 2013.

—. “Establishment Opens Door for MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 14 November 2012.

—. “Exporting Online.” Inside Higher Ed 30 October 2012.

—. “Intel on Adaptive Learning.” Inside Higher Ed 4 April 2013.

—. “Less Prescriptive in California.Inside Higher Ed/News 28 August 2014.

—. “Only Sometimes for Online.” Inside Higher Ed 26 April 2013.

—. “Udacity’s Credit Path.” Inside Higher Ed 16 January 2013.

— and Ry Rivard. “Outsourcing Public Higher Ed.” Inside Higher Ed 13 March 2013.

Faries, Nathan. “Phoning It In: My Year of Teaching Via Skype.” Vitae 18 September 2014.

Fishman, Rachel. “State U Online.” New America Foundation 23 April 2013.

Fister, Barbara. “A People’s History of MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog: Library Bael Fish 29 november 2012.

Flaherty, Colleen. “Write Privilege.” Inside Higher Ed/News, 20 March 2015.

“The Future of ‘Flipping'” part two, Podcast. Inside Higher Ed/The Pulse Tuesday 9 September 2014.

Golden, Serena. “The MLA’s Big (Digital) Tent.” Inside Higher Ed 7 January 2013.

Grasgreen, Allie. “Social Media as Medication.” Inside Higher Ed 21 March 2013.

Grush, Mary. “IT as a Change Agent in the Community College.” Campus Technology 29 October 2012.

Hamilton, Marianne L. “Textbooks to iPads–it’s not your parents’ education.” Mercury 17 September 2012.

Harris, Joseph. “Teaching ‘By Hand’ in a Digital Age.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/The Conversation 11 March 2013.

Hedge, Stephanie. “Teaching with Tablets.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/GradHacker 4 November 2012.

—. “Teaching with Twitter.” Inside Higher Ed/Bog/GradHacker 25 November 2012.

Henry, Thomas. “Teaching Basic Writing Online.” 2004 module, The McGraw-Hill Higher Education.

Howard, Jennifer. “Flat World Knowledge to Drop Free Access to Textbooks.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 3 November 2012.

—. “Publishers and Library Groups Spar in Appeal to Ruling on Electronic Course Reserves.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Techonology 1 February 2013.

—. “Scholars Increasingly Use Online Resources, Survey Finds, but They Value Traditional Formats Too.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/Faculty/Research 8 April 2013.

Huckabee, Charles. “How to Improve Public Online Education: Report Offers a Model.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/New/Administration/Government 22 April 2013.

Huesca, Robert. “How Facebook Can Ruin Study Abroad.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Commentary 14 January 2013.

The Idea Makers: The Tech Innovators 2013.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/The Digital Campus 2013 29 April 2013.

Ingeno, Lauren. “Online Accessibility a Faculty Duty.” Inside Higher Ed 24 June 2013.

IU News Room. “Indiana University announces IU Online, a major new online education initiative.” Indiana University 1 October 2012.

Jacobs, A. J. “Two Cheers for Web U!” The New York Times/Sunday Review/The Opinion Pages 20 April 2013.

Jaschik, Scott. “A Call to Focus on Copyright.” Inside Higher Ed/News 21 October 2013.

—. “Feminist Anti-MOOC.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Teaching and Learning 19 August 2013.

Jenkins, Rob. “A Losing Battle.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 March 2012.

—. “Online Classes and College Completion.The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 March 2012.

—. “Texting in Class.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 21 October 2013.

Johnston, Rebecca. “Salvation or Destruction: Metaphors of the Internet.” First Monday 6 April 2009 14:4.

Joyner, April. “Online Education Race Heats Up.Inc. 16 November 2012.

Kaiser, Dawn M. “Boosting a First-Time Online Adult Student’s Self-Esteem.” Faculty Focus/Online Education 24 September 2012.

Kelderman, Eric. “Relief and Confusion Mingle as State-Authorization Rules are Delayed.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/Government 20 May 2013.

—. “SUNY Chancellor Bets Big on Technology.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Bottom Line 15 January 2013.

Kim, Joshua. “4 Tech Thrillers to Read Over Winter Break.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog U/Technology and Learning 24 March 2013.

—. “MTOPs: Micro-Targeted Online Programs-(The Anti-MOOC?)” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/Technology and Learning 14 January 2013.

—. “Office Web Apps Or Google Docs for Online Learning?” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/Technology and Learning 14 January 2013.

—. “Open Online Education and the Canvas Network.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/Technology and Learning 14 January 2013.

—. “Researchers, MOOCs, and Online Programs.” Inside Higher Ed/Technology and Learning 1 November 2012.

—. “7 Things the Surface Tablet Must Do to Bridge the Online Education Platform Gap.” Inside Higher Ed 29 October 2012.

Kirchdorfer, Ulf. “In-Class Writing, 2014 Edition.Inside Higher Ed/Views 28 August 2014.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew. “Distant Mirrors and the LAMP.MLA Commons/Blog 5 January 2013.

Kirschner, Ann. “A Pioneer in Online Education Tries a MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 1 October 2012.

Ko, S. and S. Rossen. Teaching Online: A Practical Guide, 2nd edition. 2008.

Koh, Adeline. “Encouraging Digital Publishing n the Humanities: A Report on an NEH-sponsored Worshop.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/ProfHacker 15 January 2013.

Kolowich, Steve. “American Council on Education Recommends 5 MOOCs for Credit.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 7 February 2013.

—. “Assessing Campus MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 14 November 2012.

—. “Behind the Webcam’s Watchful Eye, Online Proctoring Takes Hold.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 15 April 2013.

—. “‘Bill of Rights’ Seeks to Protect Students’ Interests as Online Learning Rapidly Expands.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 8 April 2013.

—. “California State U. System Will Expand MOOC Experiment.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 10 April 2013.

—. “Can MOOCs Help Professors Teach Traditional Courses More Efficiently?” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 10 July 2014.

—. “Can You Really Teach a MOOC in a Refugee Camp?” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 1 August 2014.

—. “Cloud Computing Ground War.” Inside Higher Ed 16 November 2012.

—. “Coursera Eyes Teacher Training with New MOOC Partners.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 1 May 2013.

—. “Coursera Takes a Nuanced View of MOOC Dropout Rates.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 21 February 2013.

—. “Elite Online Courses for Cash and Credit.” Inside Higher Ed 8 November 2012.

—. “How EdX Plans to Earn, and Share, Revevue From Its Free Online Courses.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 21 February 2013.

—. “How ‘Open’ are MOOCs?” Inside Higher Ed 3 October 2012.

—. “The Human Element.” Inside Higher Ed 29 March 2010.

—. “MOOCs for Credit.” Inside Higher Ed 29 October 2012.

—. “More Technology, Please.” Inside Higher Ed 10 October 2012.

—. “Online Education May Make Top Colleges More Elite, Speakers Say.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 4 March 2013.

—. “Pearson’s Open Book.” Inside Higher Ed 5 November 2012.

—. “The Minds Behind the MOOCs.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 19 March 2013.

—. “The MOOC ‘Revolution’ May Not Be as Disruptive as Some Had Imagined.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 8 August 2013.

—. “The MOOC Survivors.” Inside Higher Ed 12 September 2012.

—. “Riding the MOOC Wave.” Inside Higher Ed 12 September 2012.

—. “San Jose State U. Puts MOOC Project with Udacity on Hold.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 19 July 2013.

—. “SUNY Signals Major Push Toward MOOCs and Other New Educational Models.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 2 May 2013.

—. “Universities in Consortium Talk of Taking Back Control of Online Offerings.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blog/Wired Campus 19 June 2013.

—. “Why Professors at San Jose State Won’t Use a Harvard Professor’s MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blog/Wired Campus 20 March 2013.

Lane, Jason and Kevin Kinser. “MOOC’s and the McDonaldization of Global Higher Education.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 8 October 2012.

Lang, James M. “Educating Minds Online.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Advice 8 Dec 2014.

Lederman, Doug. “America’s Views of Online Courses.” Inside Higher Ed/Higher Ed Tech 15 October 2013.

—. “Expanding Pathways to MOOC Credit.” Inside Higher Ed 7 February 2013.

—. “Fleeing From ‘Free’.” Inside Higher Ed 5 November 2012.

—. “Growth for Online Learning.” Inside Higher Ed 8 January 2013.

—. “MOOCs and the Rest of ‘Online’.” Inside Higher Ed 12 October 2012.

—. “MOOCs Assessed, Moderately.” Inside Higher Ed/Higher Ed Tech 14 January 2013.

—. “Promise and Pitfalls in Online Ed.” Inside Higher Ed 21 December 2012.

—. “The Pulse: Handwriting and Voice Capture.” Inside Higher Ed 4 April 2013.

—. “The Pulse: On the Horizon for eLearning.” Inside Higher Ed 11 July 2014.

—. “Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology.” Inside Higher Ed 27 August 2013.

—. “Who Benefits From Online Ed?” Inside Higher Ed 25 February 2013.

—. “Writing Instructor, Skeptical of Automated Grading, Pits Machine vs. Machine.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 28 April 2014.

Legon, Ronald. “MOOCs and the Quality Question.” Inside Higher Ed 25 April 2013.

Lennett, Benjamin and Danielle Kehl. “Data Caps Could Dim Online Learning’s Bright Future.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Commentary 4 March 2013.

Levine, Arthur. “MOOCs, History and Context.” Inside Higher Ed 29 April 2013.

Lewin, Tamar. “California Bill Seeks Campus Credit for Online Study.” The New York Times/Education 12 March 2013.

— and John Markoff. “California to Give Web Courses a Big Trial.” The New York Times/Business Day/Technology 15 January 2013.

Logue, Alexandra W. “Higher Ed Disruption: Not So New.” Inside Higher Ed 20 October 2012.

Major Players in the MOOC Universe.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/The Digital Campus 2013 30 April 2013.

Mangan, Katherine. “eCornell Offers a MOOC That Steers Students to a Paid Follow-Up.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 8 January 2013.

—. “Facing Backlash, Minnesota Decides to Allow Free online Courses After All.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 October 2012.

—. “Minnesota Gives Coursera the Boot, Citing a Decades-Old Law.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 October 2012.

–. “MOOCs Could Help 2-Year Colleges and Their Students, Says Bill Gates.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 3 October 2013.

Markoff, John. “Essay-Grading Software Offers Professors a Break.” The New York Times/Science 4 April 2013.

Matt, Susan and Luke Fernandez. “Before MOOCs, ‘Colleges of the Air’.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/The Conversation 23 April 2013.

Miller, Chloe Yelena. “Should You Teach Online?Inside Higher Ed 24 February 2011.

Miller, Michelle D. Minds Online. MA: Harvard University Press, 2014. Print.

Mitchell, Tia. “College leaders consider making Florida next public university online-only.” The Miami Herlad/Schools 18 December 2012.

Mittell, Jason. “The Real Digital Change Agent.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/The Chronicle Review 4 March 2013.

Monke, Lowell. “The Human Touch: In the Rush to Place a Computer on Every Desk, Schools are Neglecting Intellectual Creativity and Personal Growth.Educationnext (fall 2004) 4:4.

Mulhere, Kaitlin. “Students Praise Male Professors.” Inside Higher Ed/News 10 December 2014.

Mytelka, Andrew. “Brown’s Proposals Would Bring Big Changes to California 2-Year Colleges.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/The Ticker 21 January 2013.

NCTE Position Statement on Machine Scoring.” National Council of Teachers of English, April 2013.

Nelson, Libby A. “A Global Jesuit University?” Inside Higher Ed 27 March 2013.

—. “Backing Off on State Authorization.” Inside Higher Ed 31 July 2012.

—. “Cross-State Cooperation.” Inside Higher Ed 14 October 2011.

Neshyba, Steven. “It’s a Flipping Revolution.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Advice/Do Your Job Better 4 April 2013.

New, Jake. “MOOC Teaches How to Cheat in Online Courses, With Eye to Prevention.”  The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 2 May 2013.

—. “Online Courses Could Widen Achievement Gaps Among Students.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 21 February 2013.

—. “Professors Say Technology Helps in Logistics, Not Learning.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 28 January 2013.

Olds, Kris. “Why No MOOCs on Gaza?Inside Higher Ed/Blog U/Global Higher Ed 30 July 2014.

On the eLearning Tech Horizon” part one, Podcast. Inside Higher Ed/The Pulse Friday 11 July 2014.

O’Neil, Megan. “Confronting the Myth of the ‘Digital Native’.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/The Digital Campus 2014 21 April 2014.

Palloff, Rena M. and Keith Pratt. Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: Effective Strategies for the Online Classroom. Jossey-Bass, 2007.

Pappano, Laura. “The Year of the MOOC.” The New York Times/Education Life 2 November 2012.

Parr, Chris. “Open University Launches British MOOC Platform to Rival US Providers.” Times Higher Education 14 December 2012.

Parry, Marc. “Leading British Universities Join New MOOC Venture.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 13 December 2012.

—. “Young People Let Digital Apps Dictate Their Identities, Say 2 Scholars.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 28 October 2013.

—. “5 Ways That edX Could Change Education.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 January 2013.

Peterson, Chris. “Opening the Black Box: Analytics and Admissions.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Head Count 1 October 2012.

Prof. Hacker. “Using Facebook and Tumblr to Engage Students.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/ProfHacker 11 March 2013.

Pullum, Geoffrey. “Writing Instructors: Your Pain Is Felt.The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Lingua Franca 6 Nov 2014.

Pursel, Barton K. and Crystal Ramsay. “Developing Online Learning Communities with Faculty and Students.” Faculty Focus/Online Education 27 September 2012.

Redden, Elizabeth. “Multinational MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 22 January 2013.

—. “Teaching with Tech Across Borders.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Teaching and Learning/Global 9 July 2014.

Richtel, Matt. “Technology Changing How Students Learn, Teachers Say.” The New York Times/Education 1 November 2005.

Riley, Richard W. “Reciprocity Is Essential for Regulating Distance Education.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Commentary 6 May 2013.

Ripley, Amanda. “College is Dead. Long Live College! Can a New Breed of Online Megacourses Finally Offer a College Education to More People for Less Money?” Time US/Education 18 October 2012.

Rivard, Ry. “Blackboard Goes MOOC.

—. “Coursera Raises Millions.” Inside Higher Ed 10 July 2013.

—. “Economies of Online Scale.” Inside Higher Ed 27 March 2013.

–. “Ed Tech Accessibility.” Inside Higher Ed 14 June 2013.

—. “Humans Fight Over Robo-Readers.” Inside Higher Ed 15 March 2013.

–. “Massive (But Not Open).” Inside Higher Ed 14 May 2013.

—. “MOOC Bill Dead for Now.” Inside Higher Ed/Technoloy 1 August 2013.

—. “No-Bid MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 17 July 2013.

—. “Online Quality Control.” Inside Higher Ed 21 June 2013.

—. “Rate My MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 19 March 2013.

—. “Regulating Distance Ed.” Inside Higher Ed/News 12 April 2013.

—. “Trying to ‘Reset’ Online Fight.” Inside Higher Ed/News 11 May 2013.

—. “Who Owns a MOOC?”  Inside Higher Ed 7 March 2013.

—. “The World Is Not Flat.” Inside Higher Ed/News 25 April 2013.

Rivera, Carla. “Fading Dreams: Brown Seeks to Reshape California’s Community Colleges.”  Los Angeles Times/Local 20 January 2013.

Rogers, Megan. “Wired for Teaching.” Inside Higher Ed/Technology/Teaching and Learning 21 October 2013.

Rosenfeld, Val and Flor Forunati. Voices of the Undocumented. First Edition Design Publishing 2015.

Roth, Michael S. “My Modern Experience teaching a MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/The Digital Campus 2013 29 April 2013.

Salter, Anastasia. “Researching in Public on Tumblr.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/ProfHacker 13 May 2013.

Schnoebelen, Ann. “Students Avoid ‘Difficult’ Online Courses, Study Finds.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/The Wired Campus 26 April 2013.

Schuman, Rebecca. “Thomas Friedman’s Vision of Online Oligarchy.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/The Conversation 8 March 2013.

Segal, Carolyn Foster. “MOOCs R Us.” Inside Higher Ed 27 February 2013.

Selingo, Jeff. “The Uneven Value of Academic Credit.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Next 25 November 2012.

Sharma, Ghanashyam. “A MOOC Delusion: Why Visions to Educate the World Are Absurd.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Worldwise 15 July 2013.

Sharma, Yojana. “Move Over MOOCs—Collaborative MOOC 2.0 Is Coming.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/International 12 Nov 2014.

Sleeter, Nate. “Meaningful Interaction in Online Courses.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog U/Higher Ed Beta 30 July 2014.

Spiegel, Cheri Lemieux. “Representing Clarity: Using Universal Design Principles to Create Effective Hybrid Course Learning Materials.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 39.3 (March 2012): 247-255. Print.

Squires, Jennifer. “Computers in the Classroom: How do Saratoga and Los Gatos Schools Rate? Saratoga Patch 22 March 2013.

Stine, Linda. “Teaching Basic Writers in Class and Online.” Computers in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Michelle Sidler, Richard Morris, and Elizabeth Overman Smith. Boston. Bedford/St. Martins, 2008. Print.

Straumsheim, Carl. “Don’t Call It a Course.” Inside Higher Ed/News 28 October 2013.

—. “From MOOCs to the Tenure Track.”  Inside Higher Ed/News 17 June 2014.

—. “The Full Report on Udacity Experiment.” Inside Higher Ed 12 September 2013.

—. “Have Aspirations, Will Travel.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 19 June 2014.

—. “Identifying the Online Student.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 3 June 2014.

—. “Masculine Open Online Courses.” Inside Higher Ed 3 September 2013.

—. “Not Dead Yet.” Inside Higher Ed/Technology/Teaching and Learning 8 November 2013.

—. “On Campus MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed/News 1 May 2014.

—. “Online Ed Skepticism and Self-Sufficiency: Survey of Faculty Views on Technology.Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 18 July 2014.

—. “Open-Source MOOCs.” Inside Higher Ed 11 September 2013.

—. “The Post-LMS LMS.” Inside Higher Ed 29 October 2014.

—. “Shrinking Cal State Online.Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 22 July 2014.

—. “Still in Favor of the Flip.”  Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology/Teaching and Learning 30 October 2013.

—. “Tech as Service.” Inside Higher Ed/Tech 17 October 2013.

—. “We Gave It a Year.” Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology 1 May 2014.

—. “Where Does the LMS Go From Here?Inside Higher Ed/News/Technology 23 September 2014.

— and Doug Lederman. “Teaching to Teach.” Inside Higher Ed/News 22 November 2013.

Sull, Errol Craig. “Student Engagement in the Online Classroom.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 31 January 2013.

Talbert, Robert. “The biggest lesson from the flipped classroom may not be about math.The Chronicle Blog Network ( Out Nines 7 October 2013.

Tilsey, Alexandra. “A New Online Associate Degree.” Inside Higher Ed 23 October 2012.

—. “Crowdsourcing Comments.” Inside Higher Ed/News 8 January 2013.

—. “iPad U.” Inside Higher Ed/News 15 January 2013.

—. “Social Networks and College Choices.” Inside Higher Ed. 24 Septemer 2012.

UPCEA, WCET, Sloan-C. “What are Institutions Doing (or Not Doing) About State Authorization–Revisited.” March 2013.

Venugopal, Nikhita. “Report: Schools Should Move from Print to Digital Content by 2017.” Education Week/Marketplace 20 December 2012.

Warner, John. “22 Thoughts on Automated Grading of Student Writing.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog U/Just Visiting 10 April 2013.

Watters, Audrey. “Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2012: Data and Learning Analytics.” Inside Higher Ed/Blog/Hack (Higher) Education 24 Septemer 2012.

Webley, Kayla. “Can an Online Degree Really Help You Get a Job?” Time US/Education. 18 October 2012.

Whitney, Heather M. “Grading Computer Programming with Voice.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 30 October 2012.

Wilson, Richard. “MOOCs: Excitement and Apprehension.” Inside Higher Ed 22 October 2012.

Wright, Jacob L. “What Enhanced E-Books Can Do for Scholarly Authors.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/News/The Digital Campus 2014 21 April 2014.

Xu, Di and Shanna Smith Jaggars. “Adaptability to Online Learning: Differences Across Types of Students and Academic Subject Areas.” Community College Research Center February 2013.

Young, Jeffrey R. “American Council on Education May Recommend Some Coursera Offerings for College Credit.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 4 March 2013.

—. “Clay Shirky Says MOOCs Will Matter, but Worries About Corporate Players.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Tech Therapy 25 July 2013.

—. “Episode 106: Are Minority Students Excluded From Online Education?” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Tech Therapy 1 May 2013.

—. “‘Bandwidth Divide’ Could Bar Some People from Online Learning.”

—. “California State U. Will Experiment With Offering Credit for MOOCs.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 15 January 2013.

—. “Coursera Announces Details for Selling Certificates and Verifying Identities.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Blogs/Wired Campus 9 January 2013.

—. “Episode 102: Academics Struggle with Managing E-Mail.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 November 2012.

—. “Georgia Tech to Offer a MOOC-Like Online Master’s Degree, at Low Cost.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 14 May 2013.

—. “New Platform Lets Professors Set Price for Their Online Courses.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 12 December 2012.

—. “The Object Formerly Known as the Textbook.” The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 28 January 2013.

—. “Online Classes See Cheating Go High-Tech.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 3 June 2012.

—. “Providers of Free MOOCs Now Charge Employers for Access to Student Data.The Chronicle of Higher Education/Technology 4 December 2012.

—. “Stanford U. and edX Will Jointly Build Open-Source Software to Deliver MOOCs.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 3 April 2013.



Campus Technology The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle’s 2012 Digital Campus Microsite Curt Bonk’s e-Learning World
EDUCAUSE Faculty Focus/Online Education
Innovate Journal of Online Education Inside Higher ED/Technology
The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning Journal of Interactive Online Learning
Open Course Library Open Courseware Consortium: Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
Technology Review (published by MIT)  2U, partners with universities to deliver courses online
The Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN), A Publication of the Sloan Consortium) Technology Enhanced Learning: UK’s Teaching and Learning Research Programme
Modern Language Association Guidelines for Authors of Digital Resources Modern Language Association Guidelines for Information Technology Access and Support for the Modern Languages 
 American Journal of Distance Education  African Virtual University
 MIT Open Courseware UCLA Tribal Learning Community & Educational Exchange

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