24 janvier 2016

International Non-Degree Students: An Audience to Consider

The EvoLLLutionBy Geraldine de Berly - EvoLLLution. At many universities, there are discussions happening debating the elimination of the distinctions between international and domestic students. After all, all newly arriving students on campus need orientation to understand the various resources available on campus (academic, mental, financial, physical, spiritual), the course selection and registration process, and the health protocols. More...

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Personalization and Relevance Critical to Success in the International Marketplace

The EvoLLLutionBy David Stremba - EvoLLLution. Administrative bureaucracy can make or break an institution’s competitiveness in the IEP marketplace; a system that is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of international non-credit students can put a university ahead of the game. More...

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Tuition and Education Support Improves Employee Retention and Business Growth

The EvoLLLutionBy Florida Starks - EvoLLLution. Contrary to popular fear that employees will take advantage of a discounted education and leave, supporting employee education, development and growth improves employee retention and supports business growth. More...

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Addressing the “Why” and the “How” of Employee Professional Development

The EvoLLLutionBy Jessica Fyffe - EvoLLLution. Providing a rich variety of ongoing training and education opportunities for employees can help corporations stand out among their peers as a great place to work which, in turn, can help the corporation to grow and succeed. More...

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Joining Forces With The Disruptors: SNHU’s Partnership With Flatiron School

The EvoLLLutionBy Michelle R. Weise - EvoLLLution. Coding bootcamps are trending in the U.S. Last year, approximately 6,000 students graduated from a bootcamp, and another 16,000 are estimated to complete in 2015. More...

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Serious Students Only: Coding Bootcamps’ Success for Workforce Preparation

The EvoLLLutionBy David Clinefelter - EvoLLLution. Bootcamps provide prospective students with access to specialized programming that can lead to success in a growing industry, and improving ties between bootcamp providers and higher education institutions only strengthens the opportunities available to this demographic of learners. More...

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Innovating on the Margins: Transforming Higher Education by Working from the Outside In

The EvoLLLutionBy Martha Saunders - EvoLLLution. It can be difficult for institutions to innovate and respond quickly to change, but by creating a unit designed specifically to focus on transformation while operating on the margins, it’s possible to overcome these common challenges. More...

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The Allure of the New New Thing (Part 2)

The EvoLLLutionBy Barmak Nassirian - EvoLLLution. Regulating non-institutional programming is critical when it comes to opening up public funds to support tuition payments, but the Department of Education has a lot of ground to make up to do this well. More...

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Adding Adults into the Free College Conversation

The EvoLLLutionBy Veronique Zimmerman-Brown - EvoLLLution. Though many states and colleges are finding low- to no-cost pathways to two-year college for high school graduates, few have looked at how to create this same level of access for adults. More...

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WIOA: A New Approach to Workforce Development

The EvoLLLutionBy Jeff Pallin - EvoLLLution. The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act changes the focus of workforce investment from simply providing programs to facilitating employment-centered outcomes for students. More...

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