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State of Digital Learning

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Transcript of State of Digital Learning

The Law and Politics
Big Data
Data mining
Learner Analytics
Adaptive learning
Gary Ritter
Presentations
Themes:
CPCC -
Law
Popularity
support@wetakeyourclass.com
917-300-9820
Digital books
Video
Presentations
Data
social
collaboration

Multimedia
Connect Ed
House Bill 44:
It is the intent of the General Assembly to transition from funding for textbooks, both traditional and digital, to funding for digital materials, including textbooks and instructional resources...by 2017.
House Bill 23:
Integrate digital teaching and learning into the requirements for licensure renewal
House Bill 97:
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE USE OF SOME LOTTERY FUNDS TO EXPAND DIGITAL LEARNING IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
House Bill 7029:
Requires DOE to develop online catalog of digital learning courses and removes restrictions on students taking online courses across district lines
1997
Contacts
Gary Ritter
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Author, gary.ritter@cpcc.edu
Don Michael, Jr.
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Graphics, donald.michael@cpcc.edu

Don Michael, Jr.
Website, Blog, LTN
1997
2010
1975
1976
In 1990,
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Web Inventor and Founding Director of the
World Wide Web Foundation.

Alan Mathison Turing
was a british mathematician and cryptanalyst who in 1936 designed the ACE (automatic computing engine) one of the first stored-program computer.
1998
1989
1982
2001
2002
2012
2006
2005
History
2003
1993
Presidential Task Force on
Learning Technology
2000
S.C.O.R.M.
Sharable Content Object Reference Model
2011
1992
Faculty Liaison to ITS, history instructor
Program coordinator for LTS
Faculty, Senate, eLearning, PD, ITS leadership, Learning Council
State of Digital Learning
The end.
Thank you.
Questions?
1985
Learning Technology News Show

iTunes U
2007
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