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The biggest opportunity for us to improve our society centers on giving everyone access to learning, especially low income and minority learners.
Exec Dir, LINK Research Lab
Digital learning provides the chance to break free from semester and credit bound instruction and realize the promise of personalized, mastery learning.
Dir, Center for Academic Innovation
University System of Maryland
Digital learning engages, adapts, breaks barriers and can be fun! The ability to provide digital learning on mobile devices creates access.
Chief Academic Officer
Colorado Technical University
The digital transformation is the contribution our generation will make to the American tradition of “ever more learning for ever more people.
University of North Carolina
VP, Learning & Technology Innovation
Projects like Domain of One’s Own give students agency in digital spaces, which far exceeds what they can do in deterministic adaptive learning systems.
Assoc Provost for Digital Learning
Digital learning provides access to all course materials on day one and enables faculty to personalize the learning experience (even with big classes!).
Shannon McCarty, PhD.
Dean of Instruction & Academic Affairs
Rio Salado College
Digital learning has potential to help students engage in meaningful conversation with peers, the field, scholars and the material they are studying.
Exec Dir, CNDLS
Analyzing digital learning's underlying deep data opens up the potential to discover new insights that can significantly improve student success.
Dir, Strategic Innovation
EdPlus at Arizona State University
Digital learning empowers educators to support the cascading array of learning differences of college students.Teaching has never been this exciting!
Blended Teaching & Learning Innovation
CSU, Channel Islands
There is great potential to combine democratized content from world-class institutions with local partners who provide affordable hybrid learning.
Dean, College of Innovation & Design
Boise State University
In open digital learning students move from consuming expensive texts to creating free content for themselves and the next generation.
Chair of Writing & Rhetoric
University of Mississippi
The promise of digital learning is the ability to scale effective strategies to help those students who need it most.
Assoc VP, Distributed Learning
University of Central Florida
Digital learning is promising not because we’ll replace teachers w/robots but because we’ll become better guides and mentors for our students.
Southern New Hampshire University
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What is the Digital Learning Network?
The Digital Learning Network is an evolving community and collection of resources for digital learning educators and administrators. We've launched the beta version to inspire, support and share new approaches to teaching and learning. This network is a work in progress—a point of departure and not the final product. We welcome and encourage your feedback! Visit the about page to learn more about our network partners and methodology.
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Learning experiences are transforming at lightening speed, and we're tracking the latest trends. On the Digital Learning Network, you'll hear about faculty developing digital learning environments that take students to virtual medical labs, outer space and the inner workings of cells. Still others are pioneering wearable technologies to blend physical and virtual classrooms. Read, share and discuss stories like these about pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
At EdSurge, we believe the digital learning community is more creative and adaptive when it is more connected. LOOP is an experiment to build connectivity—and we’re excited to be releasing our private beta.
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