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5 Higher Ed Trends for 2016

The five things are:

1.  Rapid growth of CBE continues (Competency Based Education), programs are further defined

2. Growth and organization of micro-credentialing

3. Adaptive learning and intelligent tutoring… 14 more words

Educational Technologies

Bro Ties and Bow Ties: A Look at Male Relationships


Jake R. Goldblum

The issue of hyper-masculinity in college men is well documented. So, I’ll spare some space by telling you that it’s a problem up front. 834 more words

James Kirylo: The Selling of Teacher Education (And Why We Should Resist)

The following is a guest post by Dr. James Kirylo, professor of teaching and learning at Southeastern Louisiana University. Kirylo’s research interests include critical pedagogy, curriculum theory, teacher leadership, and literacy development. 1,550 more words


Building a 4-stage Online Ambassador Program — Stage 1: Identification

A lot has been revealed in recent years about the power of friends asking friends to support their favorite nonprofits online. In higher education in particular, we at ScaleFunder have experienced massive online giving success when this peer-to-peer or “online ambassador” activity has been deployed in support of digital efforts such as giving days. 667 more words

Ready, set, time to prepare for Erasmus+KA2

Are you ready for Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships? You can apply for funding for one or two types of Strategic Partnership project in 2016. 415 more words

Can #highered move from hierarchical to networked? | Higher Ed Marketing

The system of higher education is certainly complex, and becoming more so. It’s the adaptive part we struggle with.

Source: Can #highered move from hierarchical to networked? | Higher Ed Marketing

Preview NMC Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium (NMC) has released its preview version (for members only) of its Horizon Report for 2016. The technologies they cover include:

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Educational Technologies