After working in relative privacy for most of the quarter, Art and Art History students throw open their studio doors and invite in the Stanford community. Open Studios, an event at the end of every quarter, allows undergraduates to exhibit their work in a variety of settings. Galleries across campus showcase the students' drawings, paintings, sculptures, multimedia projects and everything in between.
Not shocking that Stanford is ahead on this open studio concept. Interesting stuff.
Glassdoor, a job site that features anonymous employee reviews and salary comparisons, has raised an additional $50 million, bringing the company's total capital raised to $93 million The funding, which is Glassdoor's fifth institutional round...
"The demand for BYOD is increasing and organizations are being faced with increasing pressure to allow BYOD. BYOD is a big decision and is does take time and planning for successful integration. Too often, organizations are making mistakes that can be detrimental to BYOD success."
As part of a new global education strategy which sets out to help more people make progress in their lives through learning, Pearson today:
- Committed to report audited learning outcomes measures and targets alongside its financial accounts, covering its whole business by 2018- Shared plans to "institutionalise" efficacy across Pearson's organisation, creating dedicated focus and incentives towards learning outcomes targets for all business areas- Published its Efficacy Framework - Pearson's approach for ensuring its products and services enable students to learn what they need to make progress - for feedback and improvement;- Promised to develop a global research network to gather the evidence needed on the "path to efficacy", and openly to share and broker debate around its findings.
In NILOA's twentieth occasional paper, author Rebecca Klein-Collins, Senior Director of Research and Policy Development for the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), discusses the methodology, practices, and policies surrounding competency-based education.
There is growing interest from members of both parties in Congress to make it easier for alternative models of higher education -- such as competency-based education -- to gain access to federal funding.
"Massive Open Online Courses have made huge waves in the education sector over the last few years. Their firmest supporters have consistently claimed that the MOOC is set to change everything we know about education; their opponents, however, are only too ready to point out the economic flaws, the low completion rates, and paint the entire phenomenon as a result of media hype."
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