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“It is remembering how powerful the word ‘system’ made us grad students feel, how it tricked us into imagining locations and targets, pillars we could smash, wires we could cut. 82 more words

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A Different Holiday Card

by Vianka McConville

The Chronicle of Higher Education received a different holiday greeting in the newsroom this year – baseball cards.

The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sent reporters information on its researchers in the form of baseball cards, including a photo, stats and signature.   79 more words

Orlando Public Relations

Chronicle of Higher Ed: We Are All Public Intellectuals Now

Dealing online with students, administrators, and trolls is now part of the faculty job

 

It is always gratifying, as an academic, to exchange emails with someone who has read your work, if only because it serves as proof that someone out there actually has. 1,062 more words

Blog Posts

MOOCs Are Dead. Long Live Online Higher Education.

By Phil Hill

Last week marked five years since Stanford University introduced to the world the classes that would soon spark a frenzy over massive open online courses. 287 more words

Op-Ed

Are MOOCs Forever?

By Jeffrey R. Young

This is the latest episode of our new podcast series on the future of higher education. You can subscribe in iTunes, 323 more words

MOOCs In The News

Even President Obama's Writing Goes Through Peer Review

For all those writers who grumble about the peer review process for publication in academic journals, it might ease the pain a bit to know that even President Obama has had to go through the process. 252 more words

Academic Writing

A University's Offer of Credit for a MOOC Gets No Takers

By Steve Kolowich

It was big news last fall when Colorado State University-Global Campus became the first college in the United States to grant credit to students who passed a MOOC, or massive open online course. 255 more words

MOOCs In The News