Tag Archives: Eric Hagan

Results of IHE Survey of Faculty Attitudes Toward Technology

Tweet The trade publication Inside Higher Ed recently published the results of its 2017 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology. Much of the survey focused on faculty attitudes toward online classes. In my view, like “regular” classes, online or hybrid … Continue reading

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If you see something, say something (instructional technology edition)

Tweet Can’t get into Blackboard or email or MyDSU? Does the slide advancer “clicker” in your classroom not work? Is some other classroom technology component not working? Please submit a Help Desk ticket through the MyDSU portal or by emailing … Continue reading

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Millennials: Our students, colleagues, and customers

How can increased understanding of the Millennial generation improve our teaching practice and success in the workplace? Continue reading

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Two Minute Tip: Setting Release Dates on Blackboard Folders

Tweet Check out Eric’s Two Minute Tip on YouTube at https://youtu.be/KlywTwZ4ycU.  

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2016 Online Learning Landscape – Infographic

Tweet DeSales University is a member of the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), a non-profit dedicated to promoting quality online higher education. The OLC is just out with this infographic summarizing the scope of online higher education and the context in … Continue reading

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DEIT Satisfaction Survey – Results

Tweet Thank you to the 145 DeSales faculty members that responded this past fall to the Distance Education and Instructional Technology Department’s Faculty Satisfaction Survey. The following are the key findings and planned actions from the survey’s results.   Key … Continue reading

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Fall 2015 DEIT Updates: Message from Dr. Eric Hagan

Tweet Faculty colleagues: As the Fall Semester gets underway, I wanted to communicate to you about several items that may impact your teaching. To follow-up or get more information, contact DEIT at deit@desales.edu or 610-282-1100 x2290. In addition, my personal … Continue reading

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Eating My Own Dog Food

Tweet According to no less an authority than Wikipedia, “Eating your own dog food, also called dogfooding, is a slang term used to reference a scenario in which a company uses its own product to validate the quality and capabilities … Continue reading

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Happy Spring?

Tweet It’s a little difficult to think Spring when it’s in the single digits outside, but the academic calendar says it’s Spring Semester. Even if the flower buds won’t be evident for a while, every new academic term provides the … Continue reading

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Good to Great

Tweet Many of you will recognize that the title of this post is taken from the title of a management book by Jim Collins. Collins is known for his research on long-lived organizations, including companies that made the leap from … Continue reading

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