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Exciting Work Opportunities Are Everywhere When You Buy Degree

We all know that it takes a lot of education to become a doctor, however, did you know that you can acquire your doctor’s degree in less time when you buy degree. That's true, at this time you can turn into a doctor from home around your personal timetable. No longer are you going to have to put up with those tough hours that the normal university gives you. If you are not a morning individual, then you don’t have to study in the morning, you ca...

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The Importance of Teaching Your Students About Proper eWaste Disposal

Please Teach Your Students How Important it is for Electronic Waste to be Recycled Properly Do you have any idea how much electronic waste is littering refuse dumps or being shipped overseas where it is often stripped apart by people who are seriously risking their health and polluting their surrounding environment? A cell phone that […]
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St. Clair County Community College deploys strategic e-catalog solution designed to enhance student success, increase departmental efficiencies and put an end to the paper chase.

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Martha Pennington
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The Small Liberal Arts, and Not-So-Liberal Arts, College: RIP

A conundrum exists in postsecondary enrollment. I have written repeatedly that we need more students participating in the postsecondary sector. At the same time, most of public higher education seems reluctant to consider alternative models of offering degrees that would be cheaper and of consequence likely involve fewer tenure-track faculty. The bloom is certainly off […]
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Education Technology Thought Leader Interview – Kathy Schrock

“It is not about the technology but about the higher order thinking skills …” Kathy Schrock has been supporting educators with pedagogically-sound practices for seamlessly embedding technology into teaching and learning since the early 1990’s. Through sites like Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything and kathyschrock.net she shares a wealth of resources and techniques for incorporating […]
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‘The Economist’ on online learning

Insight (2014) The democratisation of learning The Economist, September 26 This is a well-balanced and well-researched article on online learning in post-secondary education, even if it is very U.S.-focused. Doesn’t say anything new, but it covers the right ground. What I liked is that it places MOOCs within the broader context of what is happening […]
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Writing an open textbook: a mid-term report on the technology

I’m about half-way through writing my open textbook, ‘Teaching in a Digital Age.’ I’ve done about five and a half chapters, and I would like to share my views on the underlying technology that I am using, because, while it does the job reasonably well, we are clearly in the Version 1.0 stage of software development, from […]
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Fisk University Selects Three Rivers Systems’ CAMS Enterprise as Its Higher Education ERP System

Cites Reliability, Ease of Use, and Improved Efficiency as Key Decision Criteria

St. Louis, MO: Fisk University, a private liberal arts university that is the oldest institution of higher learning in Nashville, Tennessee, has selected Three Rivers Systems’ CAMS Enterprise as its new enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Founded in 1866, Fisk has played a leading role in the education of African-Americans, with faculty and alumni who ha...

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3D Printing can Inspire Collaboration and Innovation In Many Academic Subject Areas

A PSA to Parents & Teachers: Three Ways To Utilize 3D Printers with Kids for Educational Purposes As 3D printing continues to go mainstream, printers will become commonplace in schools and homes as they encourage hands-on learning. Just as the iPad made its way into classrooms across the nation, future generations will grow up with […]
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Consortia as a Driver of Innovation

In the late 90s — during the “early years” of online higher education — many colleges and universities didn’t have the internal resources required to build, support and market online education. Some institutions saw fit to join online consortia; by pooling limited resources, each institution gained access to the resources they needed. Many of these […]