“Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach?” [Ofgang] — and what are the growing ramifications of that? [Christian]

Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach? — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Professors are experts in their subject matters but many have limited training in […]

College costs have increased by 169% since 1980—but pay for young workers is up by just 19%: Georgetown report [Johnson Hess]

College costs have increased by 169% since 1980—but pay for young workers is up by just 19%: Georgetown report — from cnbc.com by Abigail Johnson Hess […]

Getting the word out to our learners about the best ways for them to study [Christian]

From DSC: I was reading about a Ph.D. who was currently doing some research into the science of learning. This person had been teaching in […]

2022 Top 10 IT Issues — from Educause

2022 Top 10 IT Issues   From DSC: Time will tell which institutions have the prerequisite culture of innovation that will help reinvent themselves, stay […]

Three Steps to Building a Learning Culture That Delivers Innovation [Mor]

Three Steps to Building a Learning Culture That Delivers Innovation — from sloanreview.mit.edu by Ori Mor To create technological solutions for grand challenges, companies must […]

A special report from Educause Review on Digital Transformation

Some solid questions & reflections re: our current education paradigms — from Eva Keiffenheim

An excerpt from Eva Keiffenheim’s Learn Letter re: A New Education Paradigm (emphasis DSC) Here are a couple of underlying assumptions within our current education […]

The longer the on ramp… [Christian]

Interesting article: “The college campus is the model for return to office” [Zeng & Deng]

The college campus is the model for return to office — from by Jiani Zeng Honghao Deng Using tech to map the spaces we need […]

Think, Pair, Share (on Twitter) — Dr. Honeycutt references The Scholarly Teacher blog

From DSC: Perhaps folks might want to experiment with the teaching strategy as mentioned below from Dr. Barbi Honeycutt’s Lecture Breakers Weekly e-newsletter. From The Scholarly Teacher blog […]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs [Morgan]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs — from bbc.com by Kate Morgan; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource Excerpt: As anyone who’s […]

Higher Education Needs to Move Toward Mass-Personalization [Fourtané]

Higher Education Needs to Move Toward Mass-Personalization — from fierceeducation.com by Susan Fourtané Excerpt: Every industry, from health sciences to marketing to manufacturing, is using […]

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