Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Long Tail part 2

Thinking more about the Long Tail post from a few weeks ago.  It would be interesting to see if the 1% contributors online are also the most vocal contributors in the classroom.  My initial belief is that the two groups … Continue reading

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Higher Education Slow To Innovate?

Viplav Baxi comments on the capacity of universities in a recent blog post pointing out the slow pace of change especially in regards to innovation in the classroom.  I really liked his stance on the power of the teacher to … Continue reading

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Similar Challenges For Higher Education In The UK

If you’ve read Donald Clark’s Plan B Blog you know that he offers intelligent critiques of the state of higher education and corporate training in the UK.  His recent post, Universities: Focus On Fees Is Wrong, really hit home in … Continue reading

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