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Online Learning: Will Technology Transform Higher Education? March 31st, 2013 by Jamie Beckett, Stanford Engineering “MOOCs could be to higher education what Napster was to the music industry,” said Girod, referring to the music-sharing system that created a seismic shift in how music is purchased and consumed. ”Online technologies have repeatedly enabled an unbundling, which disrupted the respective industries and their traditional business models.
From DSC: Check out this very cool news from my friend and Bible Study fellow — Mr. Patrick Mohney, President of SEA Biofuels, LLC This is really amazing. First of all, people in the developing world, even today, use either campfires or some other smokey cooking system. This type of cooking is the norm for three billion people today, this leads to millions of deaths per year, as well as a leading contributor of greenhouse gases.
There are tons of free textures and background images online. Some good and some not so good. It can be a bit overwhelming looking for textures so I went through some of the free textures and included the ones I think work well for elearning courses. To save you some time, I looked around and only added textures that are free to use for commercial projects. Of course, it is a good habit to give props to ... Read the full article
I have to admit it. I’m a bit of a software junkie. I come to realize this every time I try to rehab my hard drive.
In this post I continue my exploration of the “ six paths framework ,” a tool used within the overall approach of Blue Ocean Strategy to reconstruct market boundaries and help you redefine your business in such a way that competition is effectively eliminated. In my first post, I considered looking across alternative industries . In this post, I’ll discuss looking across strategic groups . [click to continue…] Are you wondering what the future may hold for your education business?