02 février 2015

Traçabilité des dépenses : zéro

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. Dans un référé publié le 27 janvier 2015, la Cour des Comptes s’inquiète de l’absence de traçabilité des dépenses des universités pour la période 2007-2012. Quelle utilisation des financements de l’État (dotations budgétaires et extra-budgétaires)? La Cour ne sait pas trop car les financements empruntent des canaux multiples et transitent par différents opérateurs. Suite...

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Jeu d’échec à l’Ouest

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. Jeu d’échec à l’Ouest, par Olivier Sire, ancien président de l’université de Bretagne Sud.
Mettre en place une COMUE n’est pas un jeu d’enfant car cela suppose d’établir un système de gouvernance et, si possible, un projet, alors même que de telles structures exaltent les rivalités latentes. La COMUE Université Bretagne-Loire (UBL) n’échappe pas à ce constat. Suite...

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The Multi-Faceted Potential of Competency Based Education: Four Benefits of CBE

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. In a recent Lumina-organized workshop on Competency-Based Education (CBE), it was remarked that CBE, will succeed where MOOC has not to truly revolutionize higher education. Paul Fain, in one of his Inside Higher Education blogs called CBE the next big thing. More...

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Lessons From a For-Profit: Nimbility

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. In this series we’re exploring the lessons that traditional institutions and successful for-profit institutions can share with each other, and in this installment we are going to focus on institutional nimbility. More...

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Open Source Software for Learning Technologies in Higher Education

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. As costs globally continue to rise for education, institutions must become innovative in the ways they deliver the educational labs and other instructional materials. This delivery can be done effectively if professors and administrative staff push toward the insertion of Open Source Software (OSS) and virtual tools to enhance or supplement currently available tools. More...

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How Schools Can Use Data to Make More Effective Marketing Investments

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Everyone in higher education marketing is familiar with the numbers—sometimes all too familiar. According to a survey by the Chronicle of Higher Education, almost half of all higher education institutions have seen declining enrollments. More...

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Are We Doing Our Best? Becoming Education Change Agents

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Sometimes your colleagues share content that’s newsworthy; sometimes they post cat videos, and sometimes they make you think. Recently, The EvoLLLution shared its video from The EvoLLLution Symposium on Higher Ed and the Workforce, and I was inspired to some intense thought. I strongly encourage you to carve out a few minutes and watch it as well. More...

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The Best of Times and the Worst of Times: 5 Tips for CE Units Working with Internal Partners

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity.”
With apologies to Charles Dickens, the opening sentence from A Tale of Two Cities can be an apt description for the experience of continuing education (CE) units working with faculty partners. More...

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Building U2B Partnerships: Three Critical Ingredients

The EvoLLLutionBy  - EvoLLLution. Just what does it take for university professional and continuing studies units (PCE) to build mutually beneficial knowledge partnerships with businesses and organizations today. More...

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