Click the image to see a larger version. Data include classes designated “Online,” as well as those designated iTV. N=414 (students). Largest number of students (226) report Sacramento zip codes.
Here’s the view by county.
Here are the D2L usage figures for Fall 2012:
D2L Sites = 350
Graded Components (FLC course sections linked to D2L Sites above) = 426
Faculty Using D2L = 150
Student Enrollments = 12,643
The difference between D2L Sites and Graded Components indicates that some faculty maintain a single D2L site for multiple sections of the same class. For instance, if a faculty member teaches 3 sections of Nutrition 300, they might choose to set up a single D2L site for all three sections.
Here are charts showing FLC’s D2L usage across the above four dimensions from Summer 2008 (when D2L first became available) to the present:
Tiny 6 pack from 3d printer. Triple A battery for scale. http://t.co/iuxkjGxS
New report from the folks @ Pew about the demographics of Twitter users. Minority Internet users are more than twice as likely to use Twitter than are white Internet users. Another opportunity for faculty to reach out to historically/statistically (at least in the Los Rios district) underperforming students?
@JaneBozarth: Hotel lobby: Looking at real newspaper for first time in forever. It’s all news I read on Twitter yesterday. Original Tweet: http://twitter.com/JaneBozarth/status/13227779881439233 Sent via TweetDeck (www.tweetdeck.com)
Great interface for easy QR code creation for all the usual stuff – url, sms, etc. – but also things like email and vcalendar.
Got a message from a colleague at another college. He’s working on mobile tech as it relates to library systems, and wanted to test his system on various devices. Seems to work fine on iOS, Android and RIM. Having these devices in the IC makes R&D so much easier…
Presented to the Student Services Steering Council today on issues of mobile technology. Lots of good ideas in the room. Hope to help those folks with one or two great pilot projects in the spring. Here’s the presentation (PDF).