A new survey shows that about one in four physicians uses social media daily or multiple times a day to scan or explore medical information, and 14 percent use social media each day to contribute new information, according to an oncologist.
Not too far in the future, students may be faced with an entirely different set of choices than they do today. No longer might college or career straight after high school graduation be the two only and divergent paths in front of them.
Massive open online courses are the educational happening of the moment. Everyone wants in. No one is quite sure what they’re getting into. (The Year of the MOOC: Massive open online courses are the educational happening of the moment.
Nanci Banks lectures on research methodologies to Marketing ClubLehighvalleylive.com (blog)Nanci Banks, president of 4sight Market Research, lectured on the “Integration of Technology into Qualitative Research Methodologies” to the Marketing Club...
Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?
Social-networking sites grew from 9 percent to 19 percent as a source for news in the last two years, but only 3 percent of respondents say they regularly get news from Twitter. Read this article by Dan Farber on CNET News.
Coursera is a for-profit company founded by Stanford University computer science professors. EdX is a nonprofit company run cooperatively by Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California Berkley.
www.jisc.ac.uk/ webinar today on MOOCs. While I have listened to MOOC talks up to my eyeballs, these folks had some new things to say and it was really interesting to hear the analogies and discussion unfold from so many perspectives.
In today’s digital business landscape with the capability to be social across multiple digital platforms, country borders and language barriers in the world (Great post: advantages and disadvantages of social media marketing
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