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Students test concept of elite, lower-cost, no-campus college

Corrections and clarifications: A previous version of this article misstated the term for which Minerva is still accepting applications. 

A typical day for college freshman Yoel Ferdman might include a class held at a local coffee shop, an afternoon trip to the opera and an ethnic dinner cooked with fellow students. 992 more words

COLLEGE CHOICE

What I learned from Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow

In 2012, I entered a competition that I heard little about. Little did I know that, it was going to shape my future for the better. 440 more words

Success

Need-to-Know-News: How Big is the MOOC Market? More Money$ for Minerva & Impact of MOOCs

This ‘Need-to-Know’ blog post series features noteworthy stories that speak of need-to-know developments within higher education and K-12 that have the potential to influence, challenge and/or transform traditional education as we know it. 873 more words

Education Trends & News

The Future of Teaching

Earlier, I issued a plea for help with a survey (here and here), and yesterday, I posted on “Ivory Tower Heresies.” Here’s an update.  1,265 more words

Teaching

Virtual college education

The Future of College?

On a Friday morning in April, I strapped on a headset, leaned into a microphone, and experienced what had been described to me as a type of time travel to the future of higher education. 84 more words

Virtual Reality

Need-to-Know News: Minerva and The Future of College, Amazon Moves into Purdue & Inoreader

This ‘Need-to-Know’ blog post series features noteworthy stories that speak of need-to-know developments within higher education and K-12 that have the potential to influence, challenge and/or transform traditional education as we know it. 771 more words

Education Trends & News