Tuesday Links – March 29, 2016

Every other Tuesday, Vision publishes links to the articles that we instructional designers have read and found interesting during the previous two weeks. The opinions expressed in these articles don’t always reflect our own. Rather, we share them because we think they compel conversation, which we’re happy to have with our readers in the comments field below. 

New study reveals that Singapore graduates are 65 per cent ready for their careers – Instructure

The company behind the Canvas LMS reports on self-assessment study on international professional preparedness.

The University of Texas Reimagines the Path to a College Degree – EdSurge News

by Marguerite McNeal – March 22, 2016

The University of Texas tackles design challenge of competency-based degrees.

Instructional Design – The Second Principle

by Leslie Owen Wilson

Remarkably exhaustive online “textbook” on topics related to instructional design.

Benefits of Preparing Faculty to Teach Online Go Beyond the Online Classroom – WCET

by Kathy Keairns – March 17, 2016

Keairns covers the benefits of preparing faculty to teach online.

Never judge a book by its coveruse student achievement instead – Brookings

by Thomas J. Kane – March 3, 2016

Kane discusses recent study by Brookings into the value of a good textbook to student outcomes.

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