The Brave New World of Online Learning: Amy Collier at TEDxStanford



Amy Collier works with faculty, instructional designers and doctoral students to explore and design online learning experiences at Stanford.

Amy Collier is the director for technology and teaching for the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning. She is an advocate for learners and teachers across a variety of educational institutions, from community-based service organizations to large public universities. Before coming to Stanford, Collier was the director of the
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University, where her team implemented nationally recognized faculty development programs for online learning. Through her
graduate studies in social sciences and nearly 10 years in faculty development, she is a member of the American Educational Research Association, The Sloan Consortium, Educause Learning
Initiative and the Professional and Organizational Development Network. Collier frequently presents at universities and conferences, on topics like open learning, online learning and faculty development.

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7 Comments

  1. April 23, 2021
    GameDirection

    7 years later online learning is terrible

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  2. April 23, 2021
    Marijan Madunić

    Learning cannot be "online. Learning is a set of changes in the mental system of students, so it is always in person, local, and by no means" online ". Online can be teaching, distance learning, but it is a big mistake to talk about online learning. The only solution is a combination of two forms of teaching in mixed form, mixed teaching.Immediate teaching has big problems and was ripe for redesign even before the pandemic and mass application of online teaching.On the other hand, it is a big mistake to look at distance teaching as a solution, because it itself for itself cannot give effect.Therefore, only the combination of these two forms in mixed teaching.

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  3. April 23, 2021
    Valentine NotOneOfYou

    Hmm hmm hmm hmm …… Hmm?… Hmm hmm hmm! ….

    This is too dangerous.

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  4. April 23, 2021
    T-KIT

    I am interested in online learning very much because I don' t have much money to study aboard. Thsnks for sharing.

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  5. April 23, 2021
    Ana Paula Da Silva Lima

    Myself

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  6. April 23, 2021
    Leopold Birkholm

    Liked and shared. Thanks you for an interesting lecture. 🙂

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  7. April 23, 2021
    Phillip Davis

    One hot topic if I say so myself.

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