on Online Higher Education in Management
OBServatory is an international community of presidents, deans, managers, professors and researchers from business schools or universities dedicated to online higher education in management.
The International Observatory on Online Higher Education in Management is an initiative of OBS Business School. The OBServatory is an international community of deans, managers, teachers and researchers linked to business schools or universities that are centred on an online training in that field.
This community has the goal to share the experience in higher education, to create a space for dialogue and exchange, to identify the main advances and trends, contributing to the construction of criteria and standards of quality in that field.
Among the activities the community develops, stands out the elaboration of an annual report on the business schools and universities that make an intensive use of technology to develop teaching-learning processes and online higher education in Management in general. OBServatory pays attention to those best research-based practices. The questionnaire below shows new trends used at management courses. You invited to answer the questionnaire.
The technological trends that allow a communicative environment between teachers and students to be rich, visual and immersive has grown exponentially.
OBServatory members have identified a set of technological trends. We would like to know which of these trends do you think that will be most relevant in the coming years.
Educational sciences has the leadership in the development of conceptual and theoretical frameworks to explain the teaching-learning processes online. To learn how to teach and learn online theoretical frameworks are the behaviorism, the cognitivism and the constructivism. Other complementary theoretical frameworks are connectivism, autonomous learning, collaborative learning or personalized learning.
OBServatory members have identified education sciences conceptual frameworks. We would like to know which of these proposals do you consider most relevant in the coming years.
Currently, 77% of organizations in the United States offer online training. This growing demand in e-learning has repercussions on the number of professionals who wish to form themselves as managers of these institutions.
OBServatory members are conducting a reseach to analyze management and methods. These results will be collected in a report available to the participants. We invite you to participate.