Discussions around improving the student experience are becoming more common across higher education, which has been an area of focus of my work over the years. Some efforts have been … Continue reading Shifting a university’s student experience
For decades, artificial intelligence (AI) has been trodding along a hype curve filled with aspiration and disappointment fueled (and fueling) pop culture fascination and fear. When there seemed to be … Continue reading 2016: The Cubs, AI, headaches and hangovers
Since you’re likely reading this online via LinkedIn, Twitter or WordPress, it isn’t much of a stretch to think of it being seen by a potential employer. The trail of … Continue reading Resumes, Social Media & Employment
“How Flexible Work Policies Can Boost ROI” or how changing employee demographics is evolving employer culture. http://bit.ly/1UPUM8x This item was shared via LinkedIn on April 13, 2016 at 02:00PM.
Moving from trend to trajectory, digital commerce and workforce evolution are affecting business and employer culture. http://bit.ly/1Yb7i07 This item was shared via LinkedIn on April 14, 2016 at 02:00PM.
In the UK, the teachers’ union is pushing back on the “‘useless’ bureaucracy” of over-collecting and reporting education data to the government. http://bbc.in/1Yb1fbI This item was shared via LinkedIn on … Continue reading When Metrics & Accountability Overshadow Learning
“Study explores faculty views on scholarly communication and information use,” and what I find interesting is the growth in libraries as an active participant in the learning lifecycle of a … Continue reading Libraries, Learning & Scholarship
Purdue has announced its new competency-based bachelor’s degree, and joins the list of institutions adopting the model. CBE’s growing acceptance in higher education is important beyond the educational approach as … Continue reading CBE is Taking Hold
As the saga of Microsoft’s Tay Twitter Bot rolls on, I’ve been thinking about near-term predictions around AI use in student services to automate some front line interactions. Good idea … Continue reading AI-driven Student Support? Not Yet
In the world of higher education textbooks, the industry has predicted that digital sales will exceed print sales roughly now and surprise, publishers are reporting just that. Although what counts … Continue reading Depends on How You Count
In a non-merger move, two Maryland research universities wish to forge a partnership to strengthen programs and compete. Sounds very similar to the concept of the “Universities of Chicago” floated … Continue reading Unconventional University Expansion