Lecture Capture | Feature
Jonathon Richter ( email@example.com ) is Research Associate, Center for Advanced Technology in Education, and Director of the Center for Learning in Virtual Environments, at the University of Oregon.
The American Economic Association announced last week that it is ending "double blind" peer review, the traditional system in the social sciences in which authors of submitted articles are not known to reviewers, nor are reviewers known to authors. Political Analysis, a key journal in political science, is making a similar shift.
In the wake of AC Grayling’s setting up of the New College of the Humanities the Guardian newspaper has asked for submissions from readers for their vision of the ideal university in under 250 words .
Institutional Reform | Viewpoint Is Higher Education Ready for 'The Education Bubble?'
"The price of college is going to fall, and the Internet is going to cause that fall.
The digital age was supposed to put information at our fingertips. Books and data and images on an Internet browser would be just a click away.
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May 29, 2011 Lance Murphey for The Chronicle At the U. of Memphis University College, Joe Rowell applied for academic credits with a portfolio based on his experience in starting and running a software company.
Institutional Reform | Viewpoint
The cherished principle of academic freedom may be Googled to death, according a new article in the journal called—appropriately—the Journal of Academic Freedom .
Trendspotter | Feature Changing the Way We Teach
E-Textbooks | News
By David Silver "Be careful," I used to warn my students back in the mid-1990s as I taught them how to make what we then called "home pages."
By Josh Fischman At Arizona State University, a high-tech teaching tool with roots in the pre-Internet 1950s has created a bit of a buzz.