James N. Shimabukuro earned an EdD from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1986. He has been teaching composition at Kapi’olani Community College for more than 30 years and has been teaching completely online classes since 1997.
He is the editor of Educational Technology & Change. He has published and presented on topics related to online conferences, online instruction, and future trends in education. (Click here for a list of selected publications and presentations.)
In 1997, he won an Innovation of the Year Award from the League for Innovation in the Community Colleges for creating and developing the Teaching in the Community Colleges Online Conference, a completely virtual professional development event. He coordinated the event from 1996-2000.
‘Hacking the Academy’ – A Test of Time
My Spring of Discontent: A Proposal for Flipped Conferences
Sugata Mitra, MOOCs, and Minimally Invasive Education
More Than Morale at Stake: Teachers in the U.S. Need to Take the Lead
The First Step in Educational Change Is Unlearning
Babson 2013 Online Education Survey Report Released
‘Stickies’ – A Prewriting Tool for Writers
Whither MOOCs in 2013?
TIME 2012 Person of the Year – MOOC
Size May Be the iPad Mini’s Downfall
Remote Proctoring: UNC’s Low-Tech Network Model May Be the Best
Remote Proctoring: More Questions Than Answers (an interview with Bert Kimura)
Sep. 6, 2012: edX and VUE, Kapiolani CC, Manchester Study, Lake Park-Audubon HS
Home Schooling As the 21st Century Model for Public Schools?
A Sign of How MOOCs Will Impact Colleges
August 9, 2012 – Credentialing, Mobiles, Online Conferences
The London Olympics, NBC, and Education
UC Berkeley’s Online Education Strategy: A Model for Change
Are Educators So Full of It That They Can No Longer Detect It?
The UVA Controversy: Change as a Moving Target
After the Flip — The Skip and the Leap?
Taking Aim at a President: Technology vs. Traditional Practices in Liberal Arts Colleges
Death of Plagiarism in the 21st Century
iFacilitate 2012 Online Workshop: Final Three Weeks
iFacilitate 2012 Online Workshop: First Two Weeks
Edinburgh Manifesto: A Declaration of Endependence
A ‘Manifesto for Teaching Online’: The Edinburgh Edict
A Laptop for Every Student — It Doesn’t Have to Cost So Much
Understanding the Potential of Ed Tech: The Eyes Don’t Have It
Sloan-C’s Definition of ‘Online Course’ May Be Out of Sync with Reality
University 2020: The Worm Narrative, Part I
Internet Access Should Be a Civil Right
Online Learning 2012: Six Issues That Refuse to Die
Japan/Korea and U.S. Students: Cultural Differences in Web 2.0 Environments
Online and Traditional Courses: The Debate Is Over?
A Lesson from Rural China: Not One Student Less
Supercomputing, The Singularity, and 21st Century Teachers
Standardization and ‘Best Practice’ Should Not Share the Same Bed
Boomers and Millennials – Structure Vs. Flexibility
The New ‘Open’ Is Closed – Microsoft and Google Still Don’t Get It
At Last – Recognition for Blog-based Portfolios
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