30 janvier 2020

What Matters More: Skills or Degrees?

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. We increasingly hear employers, prospective students and futurists saying that it is all about the skills, not about the degree. More...

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Leading Faculty Support in Online Learning

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. Effective leadership is a mix of knowledge, skill, inspiration, a passion of purpose and an essence of care and joy. More...

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Visioning Your Unit’s Future

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. Visioning is an essential, active process, requiring daily attention. More...

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Dawn of 5G: Empowering VR, AR and Much More

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. The enormous potential of virtual and augmented reality will be enabled through the wide-scale rollout of fifth-generation mobile bandwidths. More...

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Hey, Google, Alexa, Siri and Higher Ed

HomeBy Ray Schroeder. The growing use of voice search and virtual digital assistants will have an increasing impact on how we deliver, search for and market higher education. More...

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29 janvier 2020

Ideals and Action

While the balance of reconciling ideals and practical action will never be fulfilled, we would do well to remember the importance of ideals in our everyday lives. More...

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Diversity: A Confrontation

Art, difference and the new American conversation. More...

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Critique Can Be a Cage

Why the river of human freedom ought to be our guiding metaphor. More...

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Diversity in America Today

Our physical spaces have grown more diverse, but our social circles are more homogeneous.
In 1980, one-third of white people lived in neighborhoods that were almost exclusively white (census definition: over 97 percent). More...

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Good News and Bad News on ASAP

By Matt Reed. The MDRC just issued a report on the results of imitating CUNY’s ASAP program at three community colleges in Ohio. The news is good and bad. More...

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