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So You Want to Be A Product Manager

Because I teach a course on Product Management at Harvard Business School, I am routinely asked “what is the role of a Product Manager?”. The role of …

Product Management

Southern New Hampshire University and K12 Inc. Partner to Advance Excellence in Online Teaching – K12 Newsroom

HERNDON, Va.– (BUSINESS WIRE) –As demand for online educational models skyrockets, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), one of the fastest …


Why online professors should be on campus (essay)

In a recent blog post in <i>Inside Higher Ed</i>, Joshua Kim explored the value of telecommuting, rightly suggesting that the proven success of online …


25 must-read product management articles

Throughout my career as both a product manager and startup founder, there’s been one severely underrated skill I credit for much of my success—and …

Product Management

How AI is Affecting Modern Education – Will Your Child’s Future Teacher Be a Robot?


Customer Inspired; Technology Enabled | Silicon Valley Product Group

One of the most enduring myths in the product world is that great products result from listening to your customers (or prospective customers). But …

5 Ways to Meet the Needs of the Modern Learner

At the heart of today’s digital transformation is the modern learner. Organizations are racing to keep up with the pace of change, to leverage the …

50 Of The Best Education Accounts On Twitter

...The post 50 Of The Best Education Accounts On Twitter appeared first on TeachThought.


What Is a Microlesson? by Pamela S. Hogle

A microlesson is “not as much about length as it is single purpose,” according to Diane Elkins, owner of Artisan eLearning.


Future of Education

We go to the forefront of a growing educational pivot, from pedagogies developed during the industrial age to new teaching methods being developed in …


Games in the Higher Ed Classroom

Podcast (tihe_podcast): Play in new window | Download |<p>Stacy Jacob talks about her experience incorporating games in her classes on episode 163 of …


The intellectual value of texting (essay)

Beyond offering opportunities to communicate quickly with family, friends and even teachers, texting also provides some intellectual benefits, argue …


Report: Most Millennials Learn More from Technology than from People

The majority of millennials ages 18-34 (69 percent) say they learn more information from technology than from people, according to a new report from …


The Agile Trap

Over the past couple of years, Agile becomes a default buzzword exceeding the tech industry. Agile is present in every Enterprise IT regardless of …

Butchers, Bakers, Instructional Designers, and Learning Engineers

<b>By Howard Lurie, Principal Analyst</b>Should instructional design services and teams prepare for a reboot? Is it time to recast the ubiquitous …


Making Good Decisions as a Product Manager

While product managers may not build the actual product, they do produce something very tangible for a team: <i>decisions</i>.<p><i>July 23 update: in retrospect</i> …


Fear Itself

A little over a week ago, I wrote a “recommended reading” post pointing to a piece from Inside Higher ed and The Times Higher Ed called “Fear of …

Product Management

Setting a Standard for Explanations in Learning Science and Ed Tech

Via John Gruber, I was struck by this quote from David L. Goodstein in his book <i>Feynman’s Lost Lecture</i>:Feynman was a truly great teacher. He prided …

John Gruber

The blurring between Design Thinking and Agile

Which is best? Which should you use? What are the differences? And why is there so much discussion about the blurry line between the two …

Design Thinking

Does your campus have a strong video culture? Here’s why it should

A quiet revolution is gaining speed in colleges and universities worldwide. No, people aren’t beating down the schools’ doors, but there is an …

College & University

The Future Is Near: 13 Design Predictions for 2017

April 27, 20162015 was the year that UX disciples the world over proved themselves to be the singular champions of free thought in design. Slack’s …

Web Design

Design for Access to Enhance Accessibility—and Engagement by Pamela S. Hogle

Using UDL (Universal Design for Learning) can save time and improve engagement by providing learners with choices and control over how, when, and …


Empathy’s Role in Experience Design

May 18, 2017<i>Empathy</i> is nearing played-out-buzzword status: overused and overhyped and caricatured to the point where any real nuance or subtlety is …

Web Design

Design Thinking… What is That?

The methodology commonly referred to as design thinking is a proven and repeatable problem-solving protocol that any business or profession can employ to achieve extraordinary results.<p>Design thinking… what is that?<p>I have this image of Allen Samuels permanently emblazoned on my brain. This goes back …

10 Ways Experiential Learning Creates Long-Term Performance Impact

The pressure is on organizations to employ a highly trained workforce, one that delivers exceptional results while using minimal resources. As a …

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