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Hand-Picked Selections> Week of September 08 2014

“Worth Reading” is a hand-picked weekly collection of new, not-so-new articles and downright old ideas, events and other items for higher education professionals.

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UMUC: The Future of Learning… 445 more words

Week's Most Interesting

Commerce, Free, and "Important People" Discover Ed-Tech :: Week's Most Interesting 01.31.2013

Hand-picked selections of articles, reports, blog posts and events from the last seven days (or so).

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According to the now well established concept of  569 more words

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Design Thinking, Great Edu Ads of 2012, and More :: Week's Most Interesting 01.17.2013

Hand-picked selections of articles, reports, blog posts and events from the last seven days (or so).

Design Thinking for Educators

The design firm IDEO has released a new version of its… 343 more words

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Creative Types, Experiential Recruiting, and More :: Week's Most Interesting :: 01.11.2013

Hand-picked selections of articles, reports, blog posts and events from the last seven days (or so).

Harvard, Yale and the Future of For-Profit Universities

University Ventures Funds is now one of the better sources of analysis of higher education. 762 more words

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Productivity, MOOCs, and the Information Gap: Week's Most Interesting :: 01.04.2012

Hand-picked selections of articles, reports, blog posts and events from the last seven days (or so).

Given the time of year and the interest it generates in making better use of our time, let’s start with a couple of items on productivity. 1,211 more words

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Week's Most Interesting :: 12.19.12

Hand-picked selections of articles, reports, blog posts and events from the last seven days (or so).

College’s Greatest Challenges

The Lawlor Group recently conducted a survey of key thought leaders in higher education as we prepare our annual take on the trends and forces in the higher education marketplace this coming year. 565 more words

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