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Every voice matters

I was hoping to start off my blog with a number of up-beat posts about committing science in South Africa, but I feel I have to go live with something that affected me deeply. 374 more words


Truck Driver Training Program - Oct 27 - Quincy, IL

An informational session about the Truck Driver Training Program at John Wood Community College will be Monday, Oct 27, 6:30 pm at the Workforce Development Center, 4220 Kochs Lane, Quincy. 102 more words

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Africa’s land of milk and honey?

Like bees to a honeypot, international students come flocking into South African institutions of higher education with buzzing excitement every year.

Rhodes University has the highest proportion of foreign students: … 709 more words

MoocMoocher: The blog for MOOOCHERS about MOOCs by Katy Jordan

Because e-learning is a field at the intersection of different disciplines, primarily educational research and computer science, I started studying online using MOOCs (Massive open online courses) to try to supplement my Educational Research training with selected computer science topics.

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Multilingual Writing Across Disciplines - an Interview with Anna Habib and Karyn Mallett - Part 1

In this series of interview questions from Mason WAC, Anna Habib, Assistant Director of Multilingual Composition, and Karyn Mallett, Associate Director of International Pathway and English Language Programs, offer some insights into their teaching practices and observations concerning multilingual composition. 10 more words

Interesting Articles

If It Doesn't Challenge You It Wont Change You

So, for the past several months I have been pondering a difficult decision, one that I had to make up my mind about yesterday morning – effective immediately I am not graduating college until May 2016, which means I have been down graded to junior status. 468 more words