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Reformed English teacher offers writing tips

An article in the Sept. 2 edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education gave me a laugh.  Author Anne Trubek said she taught herself to write for general instead of academic audiences.  105 more words

Anne Trubek

Reformed English professor offers good tips

An article in the Sept. 2 edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education gave me a laugh.  Author Anne Trubek said she taught herself to write for general instead of academic audiences.  172 more words

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Pearson Planning to Spend Newly Acquired $2 Billion on Education

Pearson, the giant international corporation based in England, is planning to invest two billion newly available dollars in the education business, according to recent company announcements. 514 more words

National Issues

"You First"

88 College Taglines, Arranged as a Poem:

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Real People Start Here
A Great Place to Start
It All Begins Here
Higher Education Begins Here…

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Humor

Planning for the Worst Answer in Your Academic Interview

No matter how well prepared you are for your academic interview, you will almost certainly give one answer that you feel is less convincing than the others. 384 more words

International Students

Truth

In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Lee McIntyre argues that the West is at an intellectual crossroads, where unprecedented numbers of people and opinion leaders reject empirical truth when deciding on matters of policy and law. 135 more words

Creativity

“Most people assume technology expands opportunities for students with disabilities. While the potential exists, it can be realized only if technology is designed and coded with equal access in mind.

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Technology