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What We're Reading - March 2015

Gateway to College National Network staff keeps a close eye on education policy, research, practice, and trends that might impact any of our 42 programs and our work to ensure that a greater number of students graduate from high school and have access to college. 354 more words

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Learning the "Business" of Social Media

Information from “8 Resources to Learn the Business of Social Media” by Eric Stoller, Higher Education.com

In class we have discussed various social media platforms and how to select the best platform for your company. 220 more words


March Madness

It’s that time of year again. Let the madness begin.

And so it’s time to break out an oldie but goodie column I wrote for Inside Higher Ed called, appropriately, “ 751 more words

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The Inverse MOOC

By Allison Dulin Salisbury

The primary function of most MOOCs today is the dissemination of knowledge to the world. What would it look like if the opposite were true? 364 more words

MOOCs In The News

A Canary In A Coal Mine?

There was reason Sweet Briar College’s announcement that it was going out of business came as such a shock last week. There was little indication — not even government metrics designed to warn against college instability — that the Virginia school was in dire straits. 447 more words


Motivating Faculty to Teach Online

By Marie Norman

Online education continues to grow (though the breakneck pace seems to have slowed a bit of late) and an increasing number of college and university students… 267 more words

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Are MOOCs Working for Us? (Part 2)

By Kristen Eshleman

This post is the second in a four-part series on MOOC research at Davidson College. We began with “why,” laying out the rationale for leading with a qualitative and residentially focused study. 406 more words

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