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Why the Past Cannot Predict the Future of MOOCs and Online Learning [#Infographic]

Why the Past Cannot Predict the Future of MOOCs and Online Learning [#Infographic] | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Higher education has withstood centuries of progress without changing. That’s about to change.

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Editing Tips That Will Improve The Quality Of Your Writing

Editing Tips That Will Improve The Quality Of Your Writing | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Careful editing can make such a difference to your writing, as there is so much more to think about than just spelling, grammar and sentence construction.

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janlgordon's curator insight, April 18, 8:45 PM

I selected this article from Curatti written by Alice Elliott because she explains the importance of carefully editing your blog posts.

 

Improve your writing with quality content.

 

How to Effectively Edit Your Articles

 

It's tempting to hit the publish button right away after writing a blog post. I agree that in order to make the best of it you need to carefully look your copy over first.

 

Elliott explains the process of how to edit your articles and improve your writing at the same time.

 

Here's what caught my attention:

 

  • It's important to first do planning and research before the writing begins. Use an outline of the structure with a beginning, middle, and end.

 

  • After writing a post give yourself some time to process it. Save the editing process after you have completed your article.

 

  • Read your completed work out loud to yourself. Notice the flow of the piece, and whether there were any mistakes you may have missed.

 

Selected by Jan Gordon for Curatti covering Curation, Social Business and Beyond

 

Image: Courtesy of Alice Elliott.

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Read full article here: http://ow.ly/qtpb30aY16P

 

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Lee Hall's curator insight, April 20, 9:54 AM
This is the last of a series, but there are links to the others so you can read those too. 
Charlie Dare's curator insight, April 21, 9:48 AM
From curator~ " Elliott explains the process of how to edit your articles and improve your writing at the same time. Here's what caught my attention: It's important to first do planning and research before the writing begins. Use an outline of the structure with a beginning, middle, and end. After writing a post give yourself some time to process it. Save the editing process after you have completed your article. Read your completed work out loud to yourself. Notice the flow of the piece, and whether there were any mistakes you may have missed.
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Future perfect: what will universities look like in 2030?

Future perfect: what will universities look like in 2030? | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
The ubiquity of Google and Wikipedia means the days of rote learning are gone. From the collection of big data (used in administration and research) to the development of massive open online courses, the once intimate, hands-on college environment is morphing into a more impersonal, automated world in which students no longer absorb a faculty-designed curriculum but instead develop a high degree of academic self-direction.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 14, 2016 2:05 AM

Lots to both agree and disagree with in this rather long article.

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How to Engage the Students Who Need It Most: Gamification

How to Engage the Students Who Need It Most: Gamification | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
That’s the truth about gamification: it will not make your kids smarter or perform better on tests. Gamification is about increasing motivation and engagement. Once you have a kid’s attention, it is still up to the teacher to deliver a solid, meaningful lesson. Gamification is not a magic bullet, nor does every student need it, but the students who benefit the most from a gamified classroom just so happen to be the ones who most need motivation and engagement.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 21, 2016 1:07 AM

Good explanation of gamification.

Teresa Maceira's curator insight, January 2, 12:32 PM

Good explanation of gamification.

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Leadership Models & Tools | Australian Leadership Foundation

Leadership Models & Tools | Australian Leadership Foundation | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it

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Video: Elon Musk Wants to Use 4,000 Satellites to Bring the Entire World Online

Video: Elon Musk Wants to Use 4,000 Satellites to Bring the Entire World Online | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Musk is seeking government approval to launch a network of 4,425 satellites that would provide worldwide high speed internet.

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Transformational Leadership

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With each member of a team being an individual, the ability to possess a transformational style to suit is an extremely important asset. What we receive as output, is always reflective of the input. Honing skills to manage teams through flexibility is what Stormley Consulting understand. Contact us at www.stormleyconsulting.com

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Shanel Jones's curator insight, August 9, 2016 11:27 AM

A reminder of how transformation works. I have learned to begin with S2 and adjust as needed.

Milena Bobeva's curator insight, August 12, 2016 3:32 AM
A memorable illustration of the dimensions of transformational leadership.
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Edgar Schein: Humble Leadership

Author and organizational culture expert Ed Schein in a conversation with Google VP of People Development Karen May.

 


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I did meet Ed Schein 40 years ago at Harvard Univ.. We have changed in the meantime, but still we are humble.... 
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Gijs Spoor's curator insight, June 12, 2016 9:17 AM
In times of Great Churning asking humble questions allows collective intelligence to be activated. 
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Its splendid :)
Barbara Kerr's curator insight, August 8, 11:25 AM
For the leader who seems to have everything . . .
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Drones could replace $127 billion worth of human labor and services

Drones could replace $127 billion worth of human labor and services | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
For many people, drones are what they found neatly wrapped underneath the Christmas tree this past holiday season. But piloting flying lawnmowers around the park for fun is just part of the consumer side of the technology. Drones are also expected to transform how companies do business. A report released by PwC today (May 9) estimates that commercia

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The Future of College?

The Future of College? | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Minerva is an accredited university with administrative offices and a dorm in San Francisco, and it plans to open locations in at least six other major world cities. But the key to Minerva, what sets it apart most jarringly from traditional universities, is a proprietary online platform developed to apply pedagogical practices that have been studied and vetted by one of the world’s foremost psychologists, a former Harvard dean named Stephen M.Kosslyn, who joined Minerva in 2012.

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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, January 31, 2016 6:53 AM

Prestemos atención a esta propuesta educativa, pues aunnque esta apenas empezando, es de las más arriesgadas e innovadoras en términos de gestión educativa y modelo económico subyacente.

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Playing to Learn: Gamification When it Comes to Education [Infographic] - JoyTunes Blog

Playing to Learn: Gamification When it Comes to Education [Infographic] - JoyTunes Blog | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
What exactly is gamification when it comes to educationm, what techniques are applied and what is the effect of gamification on learning? 

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The whole life is the best game. But we are not prepared to play with things ( Internet of things-), with students ( Internet of people -iop) and Gamification could be the best way to prepare professors and students to live love and freedom.

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6 Tech Predictions To Have A Major Impact In 2016

6 Tech Predictions To Have A Major Impact In 2016 | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
6 Tech Predictions To Have A Major Impact The technology industry moves at a relentless pace, making it both exhilarating and unforgiving.

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Andria Younger's curator insight, December 7, 2015 10:36 AM

I'm just curious...is anyone else seeing the same trends?  Share your thoughts on  #2016TechTrends  I Please retweet

Eric Redegeld's curator insight, December 16, 2015 3:08 PM
1. The death of the password is rapidly approaching -  Developers need to evaluate security solutions that are able to apply contextual identity, adaptive risk and multi-factor authentication at authentication plus at any point throughout a session. This kind of continuous security approach will be embraced in the marketplace and become the new standard, because it ensures authenticity of users, devices, things and services at all times and can mitigate risk whenever an anomaly is detected, even during existing sessions.  2. Chip to cloud (or device to cloud) security protection will be the new normal -  With most data chains now spanning the full spectrum of chip, device, network and cloud (plus all stages in between), many organizations are starting to realize a piecemeal approach to protection simply isn’t effective. This realization is spurring the adoption of more ‘chip to cloud’ security strategies, starting at the silicon level and running right through to cloud security. In this model, all objects with online capabilities are secured the moment they come online, meaning their identity is authenticated immediately. In doing so, it eliminates any window hackers have to hijack the identity of unsecured objects, thus compromising the entire data chain via a single entry point.   3. New technologies and standards that enable consumer privacy and security will become a competitive differentiator  -  They’re thinking of how to build delegation and consent capabilities fast enough to satisfy their customers, the business and the ever changing regulatory landscape. And they know they must do all of this with an architecture that scales to support millions of consumers and employees that can manage their own permissions.  User Managed Access (UMA) makes this all possible. UMA is now becoming available and can deliver this kind of experience. Those who embrace it early will be able to build a far stronger relationship with customers built on trust and mutual benefit.  4. The evolving Internet of Things will change the way we interact with the world around us - This is about to change. As technology evolves and contextual big data becomes more meaningful, businesses and governments will be able to harness the IoT to fundamentally change our daily lives. Central to this is the increasingly intertwined relationship between people, ‘things’ and apps, meaning things like medical devices, thermostats, security cameras and cars are able to receive a constant stream of personalized information straight to their device.  Key elements of the smart city concept are based on the ability to, for instance, use sensors connected to traffic lights to ease congestion, or use earthquake monitoring to shut down gas lines or other critical infrastructure that could be damaged in a quake. Securing systems such as these will be critical to public safety, and digital identity will be the critical security layer as smart cities get built out.  5. Tagging data at source will multiply the value of big data exponentially - In order to make sense of big data, it must be examined within the context it was collected. By tagging data at the point of collection with additional contextual information, the value that can be extracted from it across an organization is multiplied significantly. Key factors such as where and when the data was collected or who/what it was collected from are central to understanding data more effectively.   6. The fight to become the “Amazon of the IoT” will intensify - As the IoT’s vast potential becomes more apparent, we will start to see a growing number of organizations fighting to establish themselves as the go-to provider of IoT solutions, or the Amazon of the IoT. This will spur the rise of the IoT mega-platform; vast one-stop-shop Platform-as-a-Service solutions. The battle will likely play out across both the consumer and enterprise spaces and many of the usual suspects are already coming to the fore. Apple, Google and Intel are all vying for control of our homes, while Microsoft, IBM and Oracle are fighting over our businesses, 
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Great 

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Patent shows Google plans a 'needle-free blood draw' system

Patent shows Google plans a 'needle-free blood draw' system | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
The design (illustrated), filed with the USPTO in Virginia, describes a machine that sends a pulse of gas into a barrel that contains a ‘micro-particle’ capable of puncturing the skin.

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I have diabetes almost 20 years and expect .....' Needle free blood draw' 

Internet of things will help me, together with ....to become without diabetes.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, December 5, 2015 10:42 PM

Google has filed a patent for a 'needle-free blood draw' system that could be built into a wearable attached to someone's wrist, or a hand-held device. The filing describes a machine that sends a pulse of gas into a barrel containing a 'micro-particle' capable of puncturing the skin and drawing a small drop of blood.  Google suggests the device could even replace glucose testers used by diabetics entirely. 

The patent said: 'Such an application might be used to draw a small amount of blood, for example, for a glucose test.'  It points out that the smallest possible puncture is desirable to cause as little pain as possible, but very small diameter needles can fail to pierce the skin or snap because they're not strong enough.  However, the use of a 'micro particle' propelled by gas at a high speed could solve this problem.  Google is already working on smart contact lenses and a cloud-connected sensors to help diabetics monitor their glucose levels.   A wearable or handheld device would therefor fit neatly into this initiative.  However, as with all patents, there is no guarantee the idea will ever become a reality.   Google is not the only tech giant taking steps into the healthcare market.  Health data has become the next big battleground among tech companies as a new generation of wearable gadgets allow users to measure heart rates, sleep patterns and exercise activities.

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Google has filed a patent for a 'needle-free blood draw' system that could be built into a wearable attached to someone's wrist, or a hand-held device. The filing describes a machine that sends a pulse of gas into a barrel containing a 'micro-particle' capable of puncturing the skin and drawing a small drop of blood.  Google suggests the device could even replace glucose testers used by diabetics entirely. 

 

The patent said: 'Such an application might be used to draw a small amount of blood, for example, for a glucose test.'  It points out that the smallest possible puncture is desirable to cause as little pain as possible, but very small diameter needles can fail to pierce the skin or snap because they're not strong enough.  However, the use of a 'micro particle' propelled by gas at a high speed could solve this problem.  Google is already working on smart contact lenses and a cloud-connected sensors to help diabetics monitor their glucose levels.   A wearable or handheld device would therefor fit neatly into this initiative.  However, as with all patents, there is no guarantee the idea will ever become a reality.   Google is not the only tech giant taking steps into the healthcare market.  Health data has become the next big battleground among tech companies as a new generation of wearable gadgets allow users to measure heart rates, sleep patterns and exercise activities.

Darrin Shaw's curator insight, December 14, 2015 2:40 AM

Google has filed a patent for a 'needle-free blood draw' system that could be built into a wearable attached to someone's wrist, or a hand-held device. The filing describes a machine that sends a pulse of gas into a barrel containing a 'micro-particle' capable of puncturing the skin and drawing a small drop of blood.  Google suggests the device could even replace glucose testers used by diabetics entirely. 


 


The patent said: 'Such an application might be used to draw a small amount of blood, for example, for a glucose test.'  It points out that the smallest possible puncture is desirable to cause as little pain as possible, but very small diameter needles can fail to pierce the skin or snap because they're not strong enough.  However, the use of a 'micro particle' propelled by gas at a high speed could solve this problem.  Google is already working on smart contact lenses and a cloud-connected sensors to help diabetics monitor their glucose levels.   A wearable or handheld device would therefor fit neatly into this initiative.  However, as with all patents, there is no guarantee the idea will ever become a reality.   Google is not the only tech giant taking steps into the healthcare market.  Health data has become the next big battleground among tech companies as a new generation of wearable gadgets allow users to measure heart rates, sleep patterns and exercise activities.

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We're looking for mentors for our National Girls Learning Code Day for girls ages 8-13!

We're looking for mentors for our National Girls Learning Code Day for girls ages 8-13! | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
RT @wndxlori: We're looking for mentors for our National Girls Learning Code Day for girls ages 8-13! http://t.co/6DXUv9uNGX http://t.co/O5…
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Girls too, but not without boys my dear friends. Only together we can create synergy.

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Record shares of Americans now own smartphones, have home broadband

Record shares of Americans now own smartphones, have home broadband | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Here are four key trends illustrating the current technology landscape in America.

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What is Meta Learning? Where Has It been Used Successfully?

What is Meta Learning? Where Has It been Used Successfully? | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
The vaunted “Emotional Quotient” rests not only on executive functions at the reaction level, but also on the deeper questioning and resolving of why the behavior exists in the first place. For instance, in a meeting, you’d be both participating as well as observing/modulating how you participate.

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From metaphysics to metalearning to live love and freedom.
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 18, 2016 2:27 AM

A good brief introduction.

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Faculty Development in the Age of Digital, Connected Learning

Faculty Development in the Age of Digital, Connected Learning | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
To promote awareness across our workplace about how digital tools can be used to improve productivity and learning, we are untethering our faculty development offerings from a closed-off physical space and infusing them with principles of openness and connected learning. Untethered faculty development immerses instructors in digital, connected learning environments that develops their digital literacy over time.

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From global we will achieve holistic approach. GAU will become HAU.
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 22, 2016 12:53 AM

It's about time.

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, January 9, 2:05 AM
Faculty Development
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25 Killer Sites For Free Online Education

25 Killer Sites For Free Online Education | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
25 incredible sites for high quality, free online education.

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The Transformational Power of Leadership Coaching

The Transformational Power of Leadership Coaching | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
CoachCertifications.com is a premier global website for comparing coaching schools’ certification programs.

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Life is permanent transformation and evolution toward Love and Freedom. Without connection our hearts ( what we feel) and heads ( what we think), without teambuilding ( shared vision, learning live love and freedom) we stagnate...
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Seven Pitfalls to Avoid During Organizational Transformation

Seven Pitfalls to Avoid During Organizational Transformation | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it

leaders and their organizations suffer from fear of failure and practiced incumbency, especially when embarking on an ambitious change initiative.
 
The change journey is fraught with unknowns and the unexpected. Orchestrating organizational transformation in any large company is like launching a rocket into space. Much goes into preparations to be successful, but unforeseen factors like weather or wind pressure can affect the launch and flight path. A multitude of factors can misdirect the change program, resulting in delays, crashes, or becoming lost in orbit.

 


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With warm hearts and smart minds we can avoid all barriers.
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Gary Bamford's curator insight, May 19, 2016 2:56 AM
Sooo true!
Geoff Feldman's curator insight, May 20, 2016 10:03 AM
Organization Transformation - still need to follow the steps I learned back in the 1970!
Barbara Lond's curator insight, September 8, 2016 4:20 AM
I rather like this. In my experience the groundwork is not sufficiently done. I was involved in a project where 4 years into a large transformation project, there was no strategy, project office or a starting point for people coming into project.
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The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs

The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
A convoy of self-driving trucks recently drove across Europe and arrived at the Port of Rotterdam. No technology will automate away more jobs -- or drive more..

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Transforming Higher Education

Transforming Higher Education | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Cost is the number one reason why people do not go to college, and it's the main reason why they drop out. Many of those who do get a degree are saddled with burdensome debt. Student debt now exceeds consumer debt in the United States. It's not surprising that a 2013 Huffington Post poll showed that a majority of Americans -- 62 percent -- believe they cannot afford a public college education.

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How Sal Khan Hopes to Remake Education

How Sal Khan Hopes to Remake Education | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
Khan Academy represents a philosophy. Sal Khan is pushing this idea of mastery learning where students shouldn’t move on to the next thing unless they really grasp the concepts that have come before, especially in areas like math, the idea that he’s trying to patch over an educational system he sees as flawed and moving people through too quickly.

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Your Algorithmic Self Meets Super-Intelligent AI

Your Algorithmic Self Meets Super-Intelligent AI | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it

As humanity debates the threats and opportunities of advanced artificial intelligence, we are simultaneously enabling that technology through the increasing use of personalization that is understanding and anticipating our needs through sophisticated machine learning solutions.


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GAU should overcome iot with Internet of people ( iop) ..

Low  level of motivation, knowledge, and teambuilding are constraints for iot and development...

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Richard Platt's curator insight, January 12, 2016 6:53 PM

As humanity debates the threats and opportunities of advanced artificial intelligence, we are simultaneously enabling that technology through the increasing use of personalization that is understanding and anticipating our needs through sophisticated machine learning solutions.

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The Internet of Things: Architecture and Protocols

In this session, JP Vasseur, Chief Architect for the IoT Group at Cisco and Cisco Fellow, provides a short overview of the IoT architecture and its protocols.

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Without understanding Autopoiesis in Architecture I doubt in success.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, December 5, 2015 10:36 PM

Video session with JP Vasseur, Chief Architect for the IoT Group at Cisco and Cisco Fellow, provides a short overview of the IoT architecture and its protocols.

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EAB's take: Despite nationwide efforts, graduation rates drop | EAB Daily Briefing

EAB's take: Despite nationwide efforts, graduation rates drop | EAB Daily Briefing | Global autopoietic university (GAU) | Scoop.it
The proportion of students who entered college in 2009 and graduated by 2015 declined across every kind of institution and every kind of student, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC).

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without better design, without higher motivation and knowledge it is impossible expect better outcome.

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