29 janvier 2020

Keynesian Community College

By Matt Reed. When the stabilizer needs a stabilizer. More...

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Doing College

By Matt Reed. Every semester, I send out a welcome letter to the entire campus. This one seemed worth sharing with the interwebs at large. More...

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Hope From an Unlikely Source

By Matt Reed. Demographics don't have to be destiny. More...

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Friday Fragments - January 17, 2020

By Matt Reed. The Inside Higher Ed story about gainful-employment tests, if applied beyond for-profits, buried the lead. More...

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Online Enrollment and Campus Culture

By Matt Reed. This is a “thinking out loud” piece. It’s not advocating for a particular point of view, because I haven’t landed on one. I’m trusting my wise and worldly readers to engage in that spirit. More...

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Great Websites Are Never Done

You’ve launched a new site, and it’s exceeding expectations. Prepare for the real work to start. More...

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Back to the Basics

The start of a new year (and a new decade, depending on how you look at it) provides a great opportunity to get back to the basics of communication. Here are some simple rules to guide your communications in 2020. More...

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Proofread Everything

Read over all your text carefully if you don’t want to be pubicly embarrassed. More...

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Another Boot Camp, Galvanize, Gets Gobbled Up

HomeBy Doug Lederman. The number of independent skills boot camps continued to shrink Monday, when the online learning company K12 announced that it would purchase Galvanize, one of the largest and more successful of the newfangled organizations focused on developing short-term workplace skills. More...

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The Imperative to Improve College Learning

HomeBy Doug Lederman. Affordability and credential attainment are important goals. But the big question for higher education now, some of the enterprise's best minds say, is "completion of what?". More...

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