13 avril 2017

Why This Traditional Academic Welcomes MissionU

By Joshua Kim. Why experimentation and competition is good for our liberal arts institutions. More...

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3 Things That Board Gamers Know About Learning

By Joshua KimSince I was a kid I’ve lived on the fringes of board game culture. My friends were Dungeon Masters and geniuses at Risk. They let me hang out with them, but I was never one of them.  I was a happy board gamer hanger-on. More...

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Apple's iPhone Laptop Patent Application

By Joshua KimOn 3/23 Apple filed patent application (number 20170083048) for an "electronic accessory device wherein the operational component is solely controlled by the electronic host device.” More...

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When a CTL Stewards a Master’s in Learning and Design

By Joshua Kim. Why the new Master of Arts in Learning and Design at Georgetown is a big deal in the world of Teaching and Learning Centers. More...

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Digital Learning, Browsers, and Apps

By Joshua Kim. Next July will mark the 10th anniversary of the iOS App Store.  Since the Apple App Store went live, more than 140 billion apps have been downloaded. There are over 2 million apps in the Apple App Store. More...

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Thoughts on the UMUC IT Spin Off

By Joshua Kim. The most interesting edtech story of the week has to be UMUC’s plan to spin off its IT department into a separate for-profit company. More...

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19.6 Billion EdTech Lessons From the NCAA March Madness TV Contract

By Joshua Kim. Why higher ed technology people should care about the economics of big-time college sports. More...

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Adding 'Thinking Machines' to Our AI Library

By Joshua Kim. The 61 year history of our next big technology. More...

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The Limits of States

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. The Federal government is allowed to run an operating deficit. Most states aren’t. More...

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