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Ecuadorian Adventure

I didn’t know what to expect prior to landing in Quito. I had no idea what visiting this country would be like beyond the view of mountains and volcanos along with the smell and tastes of fresh fruit and Latin flavors that I read about after doing some #Googles. 1,122 more words

#edtech in higher education - beyond the slogans

One of the main topics of my presentations and the ensuing conversations this week at the University of Mainz and the Teacher Training Institute Berlin/Brandenburg was getting beyond the rhetoric of #edtech and the digital agenda. 221 more words

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Embrace: Education

Its been a while since I’ve written an Embrace entry. Its also been a while since I’ve blogged regularly. Life has a way to pull and push us along. 594 more words

So They Say Get A Master's Degree: 6 Lessons I Learned in Graduate School.

Photo Credit: Dane Shillingford

Boy oh boy! Can you believe it? It has been three and half weeks since I completed my Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at Hunter College, The City University of New York. 1,155 more words

Higher Education

Welcome to the Nursing Hub

Nursing students are a unique breed. They are driven, compassionate, intelligent individuals who strive for success in everything that they do. They spend long days and even longer nights locked in dorm rooms and libraries and coffee shops and classrooms learning and growing, so that they may one day make a difference in the lives of the people who come into their care. 104 more words

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Architect Louis Fisher Brings His Firm to Downtown Detroit

SpaceLab Detroit is pleased to welcome Louis Fisher and his firm¬†Architecture & Urban Design, PC ¬†to our shared office environment. Louis believes that architecture is art that makes a difference in people’s lives – art that must be useful and make good use of the limited resources of the Earth. 49 more words

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Conditions at some schools

I was recently watching a documentary which featured a few faculty members from leading business schools in the US. It wasnt something the schools should be proud about. 244 more words