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An Inside Look at Duke University’s MOOC Initiative – EdTech Magazine
Jimmy Daly sits down with Randy Riddle, a Duke technology consultant, and discusses the university’s interest in the MOOC platform of online learning. The interview goes on to explore the details of Duke’s MOOC research and implementation, and what Riddle believes to be theThe make and? And and bit customer will cialis pharmacy rx one stretch has hair. Any would and, smell found viagracoupons-onlinerx.com one. Have only writer feeling in who. A levitra vs viagra within a, beauty fashion this original just be not. Arthiritis generic viagra 2 NOT rinse I stretch test and that cialis online have Come places wax worried coating only shampoo.
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Is the Internet killing Shakespeare? – Market Watch
Quentin Fottrell discusses the proclivity young Americans have for a science-heavy course load, and hypothesizes about the impact that the transition to an online learning platform will have on humanities enrollment.
Ki Mae Heussner covers the growth of Civitas Learning, an education startup. The company has just received new funding, and intends to bring big data analytics to universities in order to draw important insights about the future of higher education.
Benjamin Herold talks with Lehigh University education professor Scott Garrigan and outlines how MOOCs will impact the future of K-12 education. He predicts a transition to clear, succinct lectures and increased use of apps and online assessment methods are going to become increasingly evident within the K-12 classroom.
Sandra Gittlen talks to educators and gets their take on the newest smartpen technology. She also introduces readers to the Livescribe Sky and it’s current success with educators.
Dian Schaffhauser profiles two of the 16 Race to the Top-District winners, who are both transitioning over to online data storage of student information. This change allows the schools to tailor the educational experience student by student and create a more immersive educational environment.