Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Wayne State University report on e-learning

Thanks to Mike Wendland's Tech Today column in the Freep (Detroit Free Press) I learned about the recently completed 6 month study on e-learning conducted by Wayne State University.

The 94 page (yikes!) report, written by former Michigan state superintendent Tom Watkins, has a long list of recommendations for Michigan students and educators regarding e-learning. He says:
Some of the recommendations are bolder than others. Some are more plausible and do-able than others. Some will require changes in vision, imagination, and attitude; others will require changes in the law and bold leadership. All are offered to serve as a catalyst for productive change for our students and teachers.

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