There are a lot of different distance learning-oriented groups in the US. It’s trendy, it’s a common practice in K-12 and higher education, and it’s a necessity for many businesses and industries.
Let’s face it, distance learning is part of “what we do” in most businesses, agencies and institutions.
But in general, everyone’s in their bunker: higher ed only talks with higher ed, K-12, and government and industry tend to exchange ideas and talk with their counterparts. They sometimes are not comfortable with vendors who are trying to sell them stuff. Continue reading