Goodbye 9 to 5 v. 2.0

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Goodbye 9 to 5 v. 2.0

  1. 1. GOODBYE 9 TO 5 What MOOCs Mean for Academic Libraries
  2. 2. Johnson, L., S. Adams Becker, M. Cummins, V. Estrada, A. Freeman, and H. Ludgate (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 Higher Education Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. (accessed July 12, 2013).
  3. 3. Photo by David B. Gleason
  4. 4. Kolowich, S. “Why professors at San Jose State won’t use a Harvard professor’s MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (May 2, 2013). (accessed July 12, 2013).
  5. 5. Hill, P. “Emerging student patterns in MOOCs: A graphical view.” (March 6, 2013). e-Literate (accessed July 12, 2013).
  6. 6. Still from The IT Crowd, Series 1, Episode 2. ITCrowdChannel, YouTube (accessed July 12, 2013).
  7. 7. Photo by libraryrachel
  8. 8. Photo by Elizabeth Albert
  9. 9. “Students in the Twitter group had the benefit of almost-always-on support for academic, co-curricular, and personal issues.” Junco, R., G. Heiberger, and E. Loken. "The effect of Twitter on college student engagement and grades." Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning 27, no. 2 (April 2011): 119-132. Computers & Applied Sciences Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed July 12, 2013).
  10. 10. Photo by cole24_ Emmons, M., and F. Wilkinson, “The academic library impact on student persistence.” College and Research Libraries 72, no. 2 (March 2011): 128-149. College & Research Libraries (accessed February 27, 2013).
  11. 11. Photo by stuartpilbrow
  12. 12. Photo by Andrew Finnegan
  13. 13. Photo from the Kheel Center, Cornell University
  14. 14. Photo by Bill Johnston
  15. 15. Photo by Derek Bridges
  16. 16. Citations ● Emmons, M., and F. Wilkinson, “The academic library impact on student persistence.” College and Research Libraries 72, no. 2 (March 2011): 128-149. College & Research Libraries (accessed February 27, 2013). ● Hill, P. “Emerging student patterns in MOOCs: A graphical view.” (March 6, 2013). e- Literate (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Johnson, L., S. Adams Becker, M. Cummins, V. Estrada, A. Freeman, and H. Ludgate (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 Higher Education Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Junco, R., G. Heiberger, and E. Loken. "The effect of Twitter on college student engagement and grades." Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning 27, no. 2 (April 2011): 119-132. Computers & Applied Sciences Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Kolowich, S. “Why professors at San Jose State won’t use a Harvard professor’s MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (May 2, 2013). (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Wallis, P. “Straining the quality of MOOCs: Student retention and intention.” (June 27, 2013). Hybrid Pedagogy (accessed June 28, 2013).

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