“Hackathons” are cool. But who knows what they really are and how they work? This makes them ideal things for clueless managers to do poorly.
This from TechCrunch. There are a lot of smart minds buzzing around “innovation” in the “higher education space.” In what’s being called the post-MOOC era,
FROM the PBS MediaShift Blog This essay is about journalism education but its conceptualization of journalism education as a gateway degree along with the how
…on the road from youth to career? Another story about “alternatives” to college. Those of us who toil in the fields of conventional academe don’t
One need not be a sophisticated economist to see that distribution of American family income makes the high tuition/high discount business model of non-elite, non-public
Two articles on the topic of assessing and evaluating short, intensive courses. Most of the results appear positive in terms of learning outcomes, but there