Migratory Faculty, Part II

Several months ago I posted about Migratory Faculty, a the term I have given to the collection of adjunct faculty who serve several institutions in a geographical area (or virtual) using course materials they maintain at non-edu sites, personal blogs for instance, rather than using an institutional LMS. This observation is just part of what could argueable be called Higher Ed. 2.0. Here's another example of a Higher Ed. 2.0 professor "mashing" up his resource to do some out-of-the -box course design. Hmmm, I wonder how many committees he went through for aproval?

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Ken is the Director of MIS and Instructional Technology at Plymouth State University where he enjoys the opportunity to work with energetic, intelligent, motivated, competent and caring colleagues to advance the integration of technology into the institutional academic and administrative environments in the effort to promote a more informed citizenry.

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