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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

The Pedagogy of Trolls

As I recently wrote for The Chronicle of Higher Education, there are both risks and rewards facing faculty on social media, including dealing with pranksters and trolls. 1,000 more words

Blog Posts

Free Guide to Summer Writing Success

For academics, the summer “break” is here! For some, that means it is writing season; for others, it is time to regroup, plan, and prepare. And just in time, … 122 more words

Writing Tips

Distance Ed’s Second Act

By Phil Hill

Now that the MOOC hype has died down and almost no one is arguing that those free online courses will upend the traditional university, are we instead entering a period where online education is having a real impact on the core of higher education? 280 more words

MOOCs In The News

Telling Stories

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the Nigerian novelist, speaks eloquently in a TED Talk about the dangers of the “single story.” By single story, she means reducing a person or a group of people to a one dimensional description or assumption, which we in turn carry with us for years. 499 more words

Thoughts

[VIDEO] The Hidden World of Campus Conservatives

It’s a lot more tolerant than the critics say it is, argues Claremont McKenna Prof. Jon Shields. Conservatives have to hide in the closet, “until they get tenure”. 28 more words

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