6. Faculty Focus http://www.facultyfocus.com/
Faculty Focus offers alternative strategies for teachers. It provides users with free reports based on topics like instructional design, educational assessment and online education. It was ranked as one of the best education blogs by Teach.com.
7. Kevin Corbett http://kevincorbett.com/
This self-titled blog focuses on all things related to social media and online learning. Kevin Corbett, an eLearning program developer, writes relevant posts that engage a person who is even slightly interested in education technology. His blog also details various learning methods, like blended learning and game-based learning, with original videos.
8. Learning Ecosystems http://danielschristian.com/learning-ecosystems/
Created by Calvin College Senior Instructional Designer Daniel Christian, Learning Ecosystems covers different learning methods for educators with an emphasis on using technology to heighten learning potential. Christian discusses topics ranging from education reform, mobile learning and the effect of social media on learning. Posts from around the web are combined with his own original thoughts to consider all perspectives of higher education. Blogs are posted multiple times a week.
9. MOOCVILLE http://moocville.blogspot.com/
Run by eCampus News frequent contributor Leonard Waks, MOOCVILLE is a great resource for all things MOOC. Waks, a professor emeritus of educational leadership at Temple University, started the blog July 2013 and has already provided excellent perspectives on online learning. MOOCVILLE has discussed concepts like the affordability of MOOCs compared to traditional college courses, updates in MOOC platforms and the business model behind online courses.
10. Rolin Moe http://rolinmoe.org/
Rolin Moe describes himself as an “educator, an instructional designer, a speaker, a writer and a researcher.” A past eCampus News contributor, Moe takes to his self-titled blog to discuss research on online learning. His blog includes slides of information about MOOCs, as well as audio discussing the evolution of online courses and their impact on modern education.
Mike Siegel is an intern at eCampus News