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Is higher education still viable?

A new report identifies three strategies that could prove useful when it comes to helping institutions of higher education produce students who have the skills and knowledge to succeed in…

5 characteristics of next-gen cloud technology

“Innovation,” “scalability,” and “streamlining” are all great catch phrases when it comes to cloud technology in education, but what does it mean, and what is the technology behind the companies…

Technical college adds additive manufacturing certificate program

Stratasys Ltd., a global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has teamed up with Dunwoody College of Technology as it incorporates additive manufacturing into its curriculum. Dunwoody College of…

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Can predictive analytics ID “likelihood to thrive” on campus?

vibeffect, a family-centered college-decision framework that helps students identify campuses where they’re most likely to thrive, has published a scientifically peer-reviewed paper on how predictive analytics can determine the campus…

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Millions of dollars given to reform humanities degree

The UC Irvine School of Humanities has received a $2.7 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to fund a pilot program that aims to transform graduate education by…

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UNC tool tracks state educator prep programs

The University of North Carolina system’s new Educator Quality Dashboard provides public access to the university’s research and trend data on the performance of North Carolina’s public school educators. Built with…

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3 ways to bring online learning back to life

Is educating students online looking more and more like a scene from “The Walking Dead?” More specifically, is online learning becoming a lifeless learning model, devoid of human interaction and…

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China’s ‘MIT’ to run tech program in US

One of the most prestigious universities in China is joining forces with the University of Washington to run a graduate institute in Bellevue that will focus on technology and innovation. The…

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Gov. Scott Walker takes on tenured professors

First, Gov. Scott Walker defeated public-sector labor unions. Then, he declawed their private-sector counterparts. Now, just weeks before his expected entry into the presidential race, the Wisconsin Republican is staring…

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Is collaborative learning violating professors’ rights?

Is note sharing is an infringement on professors’ intellectual property rights? And can this way of thinking be justified in the age of collaborative, peer-to-peer learning? What most professors do in…

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