I wasn’t fully on board with technology when I first arrived at college in the sense that I still really appreciated the physicality of things. I still wrote all my notes by hand for every single course. Although my…
The Citizen Schools program is an example of how doing good can create small transformations that create a big impact – on more than one level.
Google has invested $50 million in the program "Made for Code" to help girls at a young age learn how to code and about the coding and technology industry.
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There's been buzz around Harvard Business School starting their own MOOC, HBX, and the debates between two of the best minds in strategy in the world.
To maximize its investment, the university worked with education consultants from its software vendor and an application for end-user training.
The beauty of every real business transformation is that we can’t know how it will change everything, even when it comes to MOOCs in learning and education.
When we think about the innovation chain, we can’t forget the resources that ultimately make it happen when they grow up: children.
To improve its graduation rate, avoid a hike in tuition costs, and achieve operational efficiencies, University of Kentucky tapped in-memory computing.
MOOC education can help foster agile, lifelong learning. If the global community gets behind this approach, there’s no telling how far it can take us.