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Five golden rules for effective mentoring | Develop - TrainingZone

Mentoring schemes are increasing in popularity, with that in mind Julia Wilkinson, Principal Consultant at OnTrack International highlights, the need for a more structured process to match […]

7 tips for navigating the shift to open educational resources | K-12 - EdScoop News

Moving from traditional textbooks to open educational resources can improve accessibility to information and save students millions, reports Stacey Pusey, EdScoop.  Photo: Getty Images But […]

We talk of artistic inspiration all the time – what about scientific inspiration? | Science - Firstpost

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Photo: Tom McLeish Tom McLeish, Professor of Natural Philosophy […]

10 programming languages that are in demand among top hiring companies | Programming Languages - Express Computer

Coding continues to be one of the most in-demand skills in the job market. Many professionals are considering getting into the field, observes Express Computer. […]

A Holiday For Celebrating Women In Mathematics | Science - Forbes

New for 2019 is a mathematical holiday to celebrate women mathematicians. It will be held on Maryam Mirzakhani's birthday (May 12), according to Rachel Crowell, […]

Einstein's Wife Could Have Changed Physics If She Had The Chance: Book | Science -NDTV News

Erin Blakemore, The Washington Post explains, Was Albert Einstein's first wife more than his equal? Did she actually write his most famous theory? That rumor […]

The 30 New Skills You Can Now Learn on LinkedIn Learning | New Courses - LinkedIn Learning

Paul Petrone, Editor - LinkedIn Learning reports, Each week presents a new opportunity for you and your team to learn the skills necessary to take […]

Online learning platform Udemy to set up shop in India | Education - MediaNama.com

Udemy, the online learning platform, is to get a local presence in India with an employee hub in Gurugram, according to a report in the […]

Five ways colleges are remaking higher education from within | Opinion - Inside Higher Ed

As learners and employers seek education and training that is cheaper, faster and better, forward-looking colleges and universities are embracing new roles as curators, certifiers […]

How can institutions enable experiential learning? | Education - Hindustan Times

With the days of rote learning behind us, and demand for experiential learning taking precedence, academic institutions will have to majorly transform their teaching methods, […]

Science never quite clicked for me. Then I discovered YouTube | Op-Eds - gulfnews.com

Tom Hawking, freelance writer based in Melbourne recommends, Fascinating mathematical concepts explained in a way that’s entertaining. Photo: Ramachandra Babu/©Gulf News YouTube has long had […]

Using Bridge Questions to Teach Technical Content Online | Online Education - Faculty Focus

Stefan A. Perun, assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration at Villanova University and Edward A. Liva, director of the Graduate Tax Program and […]

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