Blended Learning as Cuisine: Discovering Your Inner Chef (TLT Group)

Blended Learning as Cuisine: Discovering Your Inner Chef Date: November 14, 2014 Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET – free to all Presenters: John Sener – Founder/CKO of Sener Knowledge and author of “The Seven Futures of American Education”, Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey – TLT Group. College presidents believe in it. Articles on education often describe it … Read moreBlended Learning as Cuisine: Discovering Your Inner Chef (TLT Group)

At Liberal-Arts Colleges, Debate About Online Courses Is Really About Outsourcing (CHE)

November 13, 2014 by Steve Kolowich Lifetime residents of Maine tend to look askance at people who are “from away,” an epithet reserved for transplants, summer vacationers, and college students. Such people might mean well, the thinking goes, but ultimately they do not belong. Bowdoin College, a 220-year-old institution in Brunswick, Me., takes a similarly protective … Read moreAt Liberal-Arts Colleges, Debate About Online Courses Is Really About Outsourcing (CHE)

University of Texas at Austin and creating interactive course apps. (Adobe via CHE)

Learn About the Latest Breakthrough Innovation for the College Classroom In the age of the digital classroom, what can colleges and universities do to embrace new tools for enhancing the learning experience? Find out how the University of Texas at Austin is taking online learning to a whole new level. In this free white paper, … Read moreUniversity of Texas at Austin and creating interactive course apps. (Adobe via CHE)

Learn how to prepare your students for success (Microsoft via the Chronicle)

Learn how you can improve the workforce readiness of your students and give them the skills they need to succeed in a global workforce. You’ll hear real-world examples from Professor Gino Sorcinelli, University of Massachusetts Amherst, as he shares his success in using technology to prepare students for a competitive global environment. Join us for … Read moreLearn how to prepare your students for success (Microsoft via the Chronicle)

A Look at Ed Tech’s Biggest Money Magnets (Chronicle)

November 12, 2014 By Rebecca Koenig Investment in higher-education technology is booming. Venture-capital funding for individual companies trying to break into the market has climbed well past the million-dollar mark, and the growth shows no sign of slowing. According to Peter Yoon, a managing director at the Berkery Noyes investment bank who specializes in the … Read moreA Look at Ed Tech’s Biggest Money Magnets (Chronicle)

Greek 393: Greek Comedy — Week 9

On November 12, at 7 p.m. EDT, Sunoikisis will host the course Greek 393: Greek Comedy via Google Hangouts. To watch the live broadcast, see the YouTube video below. “Verbal Humor and Translation” Heather Vincent Primary Readings English: Lysistrata Greek: Ecclesiazusae 573-672 (961 words) Secondary Readings William Hazlitt, “Lectures on the English Comic Writers,” in The Philosophy of Laughter and Humor, … Read moreGreek 393: Greek Comedy — Week 9