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Stop Planning, Start Doing

Perpetual planning will kill your business. I think many people are drawn to starting their own business not because they want to be known as […]

Mathematicians report a way to optimize post-stroke therapy | Mathematics - Phys.Org

RUDN scientists have created a mathematical model describing changes in the properties of brain tissues after stroke, says Phys.Org Photo: Natalia Deryugina/VSRao The development will […]

Emerging Technologies Need Diversity: Innovative Women in AI / Blockchain to Follow in 2019

Sandra Ponce de Leon, Forbes Besides being a hot topic these days, emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain have received a reputation for […]

Midwest instructors move classes online during polar vortex

Natalie Schwartz, Education Dive When a polar vortex swept through the Midwest last week and triggered wind chills as low as 66 degrees below zero, […]

5 ways innovation is inspiring higher ed

BY LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News It’s no wonder institutions are focused on innovation–as students demand more from their schools, institutions must be ready to meet […]

An obsession with computer vision shows the lopsided nature of the AI boom

Will Knight, MIT Technology Review A new report on global AI patents and publications has offered an interesting snapshot of the current boom—including the uneven […]

As jobs grow hard to fill, businesses join the drive to push rural residents toward college

Matt Krupnick, Hechinger Report Educators and policymakers started raising alarms about low levels of college-going among people in places like this after frustration from rural […]

Lifelong Learning For The 100-Year Life

Jeffrey S. Russell, Evolllution In this new world, described in The 100-Year Lifeby Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, most of us won’t have the luxury of […]

Are three-year degree programs the answer?

BY LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News A three-year bachelor’s degree may help students dodge some of the increasingly burdensome debt associated with higher education–that is, if […]

Ironwood, The Last Open edX Version, To Be Released This February

By IBL News Big news for Open edX’s developers: Ironwood, the 2019 version of this learning platform, will be released on February. The first release candidate, […]

If taught well, online law school courses can pass the test, experts say

BY STEPHANIE FRANCIS WARD, ABA Journal The skills for teaching online law school courses are not unlike those needed for the practice of law. Both […]

7+ Not-to-Miss Events at SXSW EDU 2019

One of the biggest annual events in the world of edtech is right around the corner. Between March 4-7, educators, managers, developers, administrators, and education […]

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