- Causal Reasoning
- and more
But OLI is more than that. Candace Thille's presentation (p74) made some amazing (but well supported) claims for OLI, that these online methods (not just materials, but methods) are better than traditional teaching and that learners can learn a semester’s material in half the time, while still achieving the same or better learning outcomes:
I'll definitely be integrating some of the OLI resources into my own teaching this year, but biting the bigger bullet is harder. Should I outsource my teaching to Carnegie Mellon University, and what would my institution do if I did? Until all students roll up at university with a PLE, this is the big question for OER in mainstream universities. And that's quite enough TLAs for one post.