19 avril 2016

Statiss 2015 : statistiques et indicateurs de la santé et du social en Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

Résultat de recherche d'images pour L'Ars Bourgogne-Franche-Comté publie la première édition du mémento "Statistiques et indicateurs de la santé et du social".
Ce document regroupe les principales données chiffrées de la région concernant la démographie et épidémiologie, les équipements et activités, les professionnels, la protection sociale et les dépenses de santé. Voir l'article...

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Stuck On Your Master’s Thesis? Read This.

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Joanna Hughes. Even the most devoted scholars ultimately hit a roadblock at one time or another -- sometimes at the least convenient times. If you’re having trouble getting started on your master’s thesis, you’re likely feeling no small about of frustration. But you’re also not alone. More...

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Student Activists Join the Fray in Brazil

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Joanna Hughes. With Latin America spiraling into a massive recession and rampant allegations of government corruption, unrest is high. Leading the charge, according to a report from the International Business Times? The young, wealthy and well-educated. More...

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Five Tips for Returning Home

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Elizabeth Koprowski. When you first started planning your study abroad experience, you probably worried about language barriers, culture shock, new customs and foods, making friends, and getting lost. But now that you've been abroad for weeks, months, or years, you might wonder at all the fuss. More...

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The Dutch Government Wants International Students to Stay

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Elizabeth Koprowski. The Netherlands has been pushing for international enrollment, and the number of foreign students has been growing in recent years. In 2014, the country hosted more than 60,000 students, and the most recent figures for 2016 suggest that international students account for at least 10% of Dutch university students. More...

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Why You Should Study in Multiple Countries

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Elizabeth Koprowski. Many university study abroad programs used to encourage students to study abroad during their junior year. This wisdom was based on the idea that most students would be well-established in their degree field, but would still have time upon return to take any additional requirements and still graduate within four years. More...

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Are Indian Entrance Exams Opening to International Students?

http://cdn05.masterstudies.com/img/logo/Masters-Degree-ms-en.pngBy Joanna Hughes. While much has been said about the allures of an Indian education, an obstacle has long stood between aspiring students and some of India’s most prestigious institutions: entrance test restrictions. Until now, that is. A recent meeting between India’s HRD and External Affairs officials yielded plans for the opening up of exams -- and, by proxy, university admissions -- to international students. More...

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More Recognition/Identification Service APIs – Microsoft Cognitive Services

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Online Education: A Catalyst for Higher Education Reforms
Sanjay Sarma, Karen E. Willcox, Philip H. Lippel, MIT Open Education Policy Initiative, 2016/04/04
This is an interesting forward-looking document from MIT. While the authors take pains to be clear that this is not a blueprint for the future of education, it does draw out some interesting lines of thoughts, including recommendations for research collaboration, showing the relevance of online learning to higher ed, creating the 'learning engineer', and fostering change to implement reforms. More...

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Online Education: A Catalyst for Higher Education Reforms

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Online Education: A Catalyst for Higher Education Reforms
Sanjay Sarma, Karen E. Willcox, Philip H. Lippel, MIT Open Education Policy Initiative, 2016/04/04
This is an interesting forward-looking document from MIT. While the authors take pains to be clear that this is not a blueprint for the future of education, it does draw out some interesting lines of thoughts, including recommendations for research collaboration, showing the relevance of online learning to higher ed, creating the 'learning engineer', and fostering change to implement reforms. More...

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Labster

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Labster
Labster, 2016/04/05

I watched a presentation this morning from Labster - "Students can freely perform experiments in a self-directed virtual lab. Labster works directly in the web browser and on iPads, and can be  accessed anywhere, anytime." Good concept, good idea. More...

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