The e-learning and distance learning conference in Saudi Arabia, brought a whole new perspective on what is taking place with e-learning in the Kingdom. It was enlightening and exciting.
Features that go beyond the standards are on the rise, but there are features that have fallen, and that is the real shame, because it implies that not everything is possible, which is something you never say in education.
After nearly a month of traveling to four countries and spending only five days at home, I’m back. And with
MOOCs are continuing to fail due to low completion rates. While the premise is sound, MOOCs are inherently flawed.