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Minnesota: Drone technology center?

Dozens of representatives from agriculture, aviation and higher education are meeting in northwestern Minnesota to discuss ways to promote the region as a center for development of the unmanned aircraft…

Community college uses gaming to bring real-world relevance to courses

Lambton College is developing a pilot program to test out gaming in six of its courses — including first-year math, electrical circuits, and hair removal — to see if the use of…

MOOCs: What’s a great college class worth when it’s free?

“Take Ivy League classes while snuggled cozily in bed … for free? Sign me up,” writes Annalisa Kraft-Linder. “Thanks to the growing popularity of Massive Open Online Courses, many elite…

Share Economy Comes to Education: Notes from the MOOCs Experiment

“When I first blogged about MOOCs about a year ago, they were causing significant consternation about the fate of education,” writes Susan Galer. “This hasn’t stopped their exponential growth across…

Online learning innovation hub to advance campus technology practices

A new online learning innovation hub that aims to spur the development and use of online and blended learning approaches has come to the ISU campus, the Iowa State Daily…

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3 Friday Shortcuts

The CEO of EDUCAUSE announces her retirement, ed-tech companies rake in cash, and more in this week’s Shortcuts

Welcome to Friday Shortcuts, a round-up of the ed-tech news that…

Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush say higher education is out of reach for too many

IRVING, Tex. – Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, two leading potential presidential candidates from opposing political parties, both sounded an alarm here Monday about higher education becoming financially out…

Is a MOOC really a course?

It is often said that in a MOOC every letter is negotiable, blogs Alastair Creelman. Much has been written about the many interpretations of open but maybe the most problematic…

The flipped mentality

Classroom flipping involves significantly more than merely recording and posting instructional videos online, Spin Education says. For starters, this developing approach involves giving students more control over their learning, while…

Online graduate degrees hit a sweet spot of quality, convenience

While distance learning is hardly new, technology has now made it possible – and attractive – for hundreds of highly regarded U.S. institutions to offer their postgraduate degrees to students…

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