Monthly Archives: April 2011

Princeton University Instructor Suicide

A sad story coming from Princeton University ( link to story here, link to university announcement here).  Spanish Instructor Antonio Calvo committed suicide days after being released. In my experience, instructors are oftentimes the most passionate teachers on campus and … Continue reading

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B-Schools As Cash Cows

The NYTimes had a terrific article looking at the lack of academic rigor in most business schools (link here).  A quote from J. David Hunger, scholar-in-residence in the management program at the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, … Continue reading

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Upside2Go: website focuses on mobile learning

Amit Gautam posted a SWOT analysis on mobile learning (link here).  The post also was my introduction to Upside2Go, from Upside Learning Magazine, a website focused on mobile education. Mobile networks are now entering a critical period.  Available bandwidth is … Continue reading

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