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During a recent lecture at Stanford University, scholars and respondents debated the merits of online learning. From the current disruption happening to the technology needed to bring it full circle, the debate covered all the hot-button issues.
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One of the leaders in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs) industry, Udacity, just raised a staggering amount of money to help propel its vision of increasing the depth and breadth of its online offerings.
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Colleges have always been hotbeds of idealism, where gifted minds, too young to be jaded, dream of better futures they want to bring into being. At the same time, one of our culture’s most widely promoted values has been the entrepreneurial spirit, especially in recent years.
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Google and Stanford are more than just neighbors in Silicon Valley. They're becoming the leaders in the online learning revolution. And it's all happening fast and starting right about ... now.
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And the winner is.... IT leaders who are leading the way in terms of innovation have been announced by CampusTechnology.com and you may be surprised at some of the winners and what they're doing. I was. The 2012...
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Stanford University, the hotbed of education innovation, has just announced the creation of a new department and Vice Provost dedicated to online learning. It's crystal clear that online learning is the future of education at this point ... and Stanford is not messing around.
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The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation today announced an $800,000 grant to StartX, which runs a startup accelerator for university students, to support expansion and national scaling of the program.
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Technology is paving a new way for more students to connect with some of the best teachers on the planet.
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Last Friday, Salman Khan, founder of Khan Academy, and Stanford professors Peter Norvig and Sebastian Thrun sat down to answer questions asked by people around the world. Best of all, it happened in a Google+ Hangout and was recorded.
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Not only is this laptop easy on the environment, it's also easy for the end user. That's because a group of Stanford students built this laptop so it can be easily disassembled without the use of any tools. That means...
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Your college experience may be a thing of the past. Scratch that. It already is a thing of the past. That's because the typical college experience many of us know will soon be replaced with online lectures. This is ac...
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Through an experimental class at Stanford's Graduate School of Business that tries to use social media for the public good, a trio of students posted a video to YouTube this spring promoting an organization that ho...