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El impacto de las MOOCs explicado en un gráfico

Hace una semana tuve la ocasión de coincidir en la Wharton School (Philadelphia) con Daphne Koller, fundadora de Coursera. Daphne es casi literalmente una “máquina”. 90 more words

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Jan Eberly

Kicking off a new, ongoing series, this Faculty Spotlight looks at Professor Jan Eberly.

Returning to Kellogg in 2013 after two years as assistant secretary for economic policy and chief economist of the U.S. 443 more words


The Increased Teaching Load for Composition Instructors at Arizona State Provides a Disturbing Glimpse into the Future for Other Faculty

Inside Higher Ed recently ran an article on a 25% increase in the teaching loads for full-time non-tenure-eligible writing faculty at Arizona State University. The article, written by Colleen Flaherty is titled “One course without Pay,” and the full article is available at: … 1,054 more words


From students to staff: Coming full circle

Alumni explain their journeys back to City College

Originally published in the Dec. 9, 2014 print edition of the Sac City Express

For many, attending community college is a means to earn a degree in order to gain employment. 1,749 more words


Comments on Regulations for Teacher Preparation Programs Proposed By the U. S. Department of Education

prepared and submitted by James J. Hennessy, Dean, Fordham University Graduate School of Education

Issue 1. Assurance of Accreditation

The Education Department estimates that for states with accredited programs, the cost of assurance is estimated at 2 hours per teacher preparation program. 1,002 more words

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Faculty Leaders Try Their Hand at Running a College

Their relationships are often characterized by skepticism, mistrust, or, in the worst cases, outright antagonism.

The divide between administrators and professors is legendary in higher education, where the model of shared governance seems to fuel tensions as often as it resolves them.

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Peer Review: Problems to Watch

Let’s face it: The traditional peer-review process was not meant for a digital age. It needs to be altered (not abandoned) so that it once again has a consistently useful function, working as something other than a wall to be breached. 294 more words