I may have an opportunity to help write an article for an upcoming special edition of USA Today involving distance learning. One feature involves “exotic” or remarkable distance learning experiences or stories that have happened or are happening now. Do you have any to share, or have you read any that come to mind? People taking an online class from the middle of the South Pacific, someone earning their degree from a mountain cabin deep in the Canadian Rockies… stuff like that. If you have read something along these lines, please include the link in your comment if you can find it!
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On this day..
- #Playingwithmedia - Go beyond paperless - 2012
- TEDxOU in January 2012 and TEDxOKC 2011 Videos - 2011
- Sharing YouTube Activity Digital Breadcrumbs - 2011
- Avoid Controversial Related YouTube Videos When You Embed on a Blog #gct - 2011
- Jaycut, not YouTube, has the best online, free video editor today - 2010
- Mac OS 10.5.3 Address Book Syncs to Google! - 2008
- links for 2008-06-22 - 2008
- Hallmark of 21st Century Learning: Use of web video - 2007
- Administrators Who Blog, Read Blogs, and Podcast - 2007
- Second Life First Impressions - 2006