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Stanford University, the hotbed of education innovation, has just announced the creation of a new department and Vice Provost dedicated to online learning. It's crystal clear that online learning is the future of education at this point ... and Stanford is not messing around.
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Often victim to over-generalizations and stereotypes, truly understanding generational differences is rare. In the following infographic, information regarding "millennials" is given to better guess how the workforce might be changing.
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Financial aid is not an easy puzzle to solve, and a few facts seem to contribute to that complexity. But this infographic can help.
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Not only is college expensive--graduating college isn't cheap either. Especially for relatives.
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There is always speculation regarding what employers value in a graduate. Employers polled here rank six common factors in the following order--and what came dead last might surprise those among you in the Ivy League.
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Back in my day... we didn't have fancy things like iPhones and electricity. Okay, maybe just iPhones. I grew up without the kind of cutting-edge technology in the hands of every college student.
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Social media resources like Google Plus offer a great opportunity for growth in education through collaborative work, communication, and camaraderie. Many of today’s universities have recognized this incredible potential, and have put G+ to work on campus.
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Today, postsecondary educators hold 1.7 million jobs in America. With postsecondary teaching jobs expected to grow by 15 percent by 2018, you might be surprised about who is teaching in college classrooms.
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What happens when a Harvard student lashes out at someone who didn't attend the school but is wearing a Harvard hat? Absolutely what I'd hope.
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It's easy to talk about the many ways that technology can benefit students and teachers. But what about how technology is actually being used in the classroom and on college campuses today? Are smartphones more important to college students than thumb drives? The answer might surprise you.
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As tuition and fees continue to skyrocket for all universities, in-state options with “discounted” price tags seem all the more appealing to residents feeling strapped for cash.
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The cost of education is not going down. That is, unless Governor Rick Perry has his way. He hopes to make a 4-year college degree cost just $10,000.