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These are the trends and challenges shaping online learning

It is interesting to see where online programs “live” in a school.  Sometimes each school within a University makes its own decisions and has its own faculty readiness program and expectations, but increasingly the decision making is being moved to one centralized location.   42 more words

Higher Ed

Cast Your SxSWedu Votes Now!

It’s that time of year! Only a few more weeks left to have your say in some of the edu-panels that will be on the docket for next year’s SxSWedu event. 422 more words

Accountability

SAT, AP---RIP, College Opportunities for Low Income Students and Students of Color---dream at your own risk…

Written By Jasmine D. Gary

Earlier this year, the College Board (parent of the SAT), announced several changes to its exam and services as part of a redesign effort. 667 more words

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Devices Equal Bad Note-Taking? It's not that simple!

As I prepare for the upcoming school year, the water cooler is abuzz with the latest positions on classroom technology policies. If you’re thinking, “Why does your school’s water cooler buzz?”, I should note that my professional network increasingly includes colleagues with whom I interact on Twitter (so, shoutout to my #digiped, #edchat, #edtech tweeps). 657 more words

Teaching

CREATING A STUDENT AFFAIRS CAREER STRATEGY

Five Career Strategy Components Part 2

3. Planning for Professional Development

Have your supervisors ever asked you to complete a “PD plan”? If not, shame on them! 518 more words

Higher Education

The Future of American Higher Education?

Last week, The Atlantic ran a cover story on “The Future of College.” As we have heard many times over the past few decades, the article lamented the death of higher education as we have long known it, focusing on a future “by stripping it down to its essence.” 910 more words

Accountability

Back On Campus

Well, the inevitable has arrived. Tomorrow I start back at my grad assistantship after a fantastic summer in Providence. I am back to start my final year of grad school. 447 more words

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