This Week in ODL: Dec 4-Dec 8, 2017

Students and Critical Instructional Design – Blog Post by Alfredo Torres Students and Critical Instructional Design explores the relationship between students...

This Week in ODL: Nov 27-Dec 1, 2017

Attending to the Information Environment of the Web: Blog Post by Amy Collier Amy begins her blog post with a...

Critical Thinking in Language Teaching: A Rumination

Having spent a series of jam-packed days last week at Music City Center in Nashville at the annual convention of...

This Week in ODL: Sept 11-15, 2017

Amy Collier Speaks at Council of Independent Colleges National Workshop On Thursday, September 7, Amy Collier presented a talk to...

Reading the LMS against the Backdrop of Critical Pedagogy, Part Two

This is the second part of a two-part article about critical pedagogy and the learning management system. You can find...

This Week in ODL: Sept 4-8, 2017

Amy Collier publishes on Digital Sanctuary in Educause Review The ODL is pleased to announce that Educause Review recently published...

Reading the LMS against the Backdrop of Critical Pedagogy, Part One

“Education, which must never be neutral, can be at the service either of decision, of world transformation and of critical...

This Week in ODL: Aug 28 – Sept 1, 2017

Design and the Beauty of Palimpsests: Blog Post by Amy Collier Last week, ODL’s Amy Collier published a blog post...

Design and the beauty of palimpsests

Design matters in education. Instructional design–the design of learning experiences–matters. Design is not a neutral activity. We design through our...

Plurilingualism and the Digital

The unconscious bias toward the monolingual and against the plurilingual is very much present in the digital realm. It has been frustrating to me as a language pedagogue that, at least at this moment in the development of digital tools such as WordPress, the screen serves to limit rather than amplify human plurilingualism.

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