Gary W. Matkin

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The use of technology to provide improved access to higher education has a long history, but now, in addition to improved access, Internet-based technologies are truly transforming higher education, making learning and teaching more effective than ever before. The notion that distance education is inferior to classroom-based education is being countered by(More)
It' s clear that the landscape of the open education movement is changing every day. The history of MOOCs has been a fascinating tale of supply and demand. The need for open educational resources (OER) have been demanded from learners all over the world and with the immense supply of open educational resources available from schools everywhere demonstrate(More)
INTRODUCTION In the very near future, the huge and rapidly growing store of free, online learning opportunities will completely transform higher continuing education. The beginnings of this transformation are already evident and the factors compelling this change are so powerful that free learning is no longer a “trend.” Rather, free learning is an(More)
E very aspect of higher education today is pressed to become more accountable and more transparent. The field of continuing education (CE) is no different. As CE professionals, responsible for the operations of university-based CE units, we are constantly challenged to use data and “evidence” to make and justify decisions. Indeed, one measure of the(More)
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