The OER Content Trap

Recently I've been following  a discussion about the future of OER (Open Educational Resources). Most of the discussion has been via blog posts between David Wiley (@opencontent) and Rajiv Jhangiani (@thatpsychprof).  Others have contributed via Twitter.  It's a friendly exchange with the key blog posts having been David's Of OER and Platforms: Five Years Later Evolution vs … Continue reading The OER Content Trap

Out of the Traps: The Paradoxes of Successful Change

Note: This is the second of two three posts that summarize the presentation Sue-Anne Sweeney of Madonna University and I made at the Higher Learning Commission 2016 annual conference in Chicago in April 2016. The first post in this series is The Leadership Traps That Stop Transformative Change in Higher Ed. The slides for the whole presentation are … Continue reading Out of the Traps: The Paradoxes of Successful Change

The Leadership Traps that Stop Transformative Change in Higher Ed

Note: This is the first of two posts that summarize the presentation Sue-Anne Sweeney and I made at the Higher Learning Commission annual conference 2016 in Chicago in April 2016.  The slides for the whole presentation are available at the original post Iterating Toward Disruption: The Paradox of Becoming Agile (HLC 2016).  The thoughts are our own … Continue reading The Leadership Traps that Stop Transformative Change in Higher Ed

Iterating Toward Disruption: The Paradox of Becoming Agile (HLC 2016)

Our presentation to the 2016 Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference on change management in higher ed, Iterating Toward Disruption: The Paradox of Becoming Agile. This is the slide deck.  Come back in approximately a week for a long-form written version of our presentation to accompany these slides. If the embedded viewer doesn't display, use this … Continue reading Iterating Toward Disruption: The Paradox of Becoming Agile (HLC 2016)