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Innovations in General Education: Preparing Students for the Future

Innovations in General Education: Preparing Students for the Future

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As higher education adapts to change students are demanding an education that is relevant to their lives and communities. “How can we prepare students to be ready for career changes, be ready for technology changes be ready for cultural changes?” Educators today are working to meet these demands through meaningful and engaging academic experiences. “Teach […]

Berkeley College | Caucus NJ: Getting The Best Return on Your College Investment

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hi I’m Barry Ostrowski at Barnabas health we believe citizens need to be informed about the important healthcare issues affecting their lives that’s why we’re proud to support healthcare programming produced by the caucus educational Corporation and their partners on public television getting the best return on your college investment next on caucus New Jersey […]

Why your major will never matter | Megan Schwab | TEDxFSU

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Translator: Vivian Chen Reviewer: Irina Zayats So, we’ve been made a lot of promises as a generation. One of the very first promises we hear, and for many of us, the very first experience we have with the idea of career planning, is the promise that you can be anything that you want to be […]

Music Degree at Jamestown Community College

Music Degree at Jamestown Community College

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“Music can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable.” Leonard Bernstein Hi, I’m Neil Flory head of the music department here at JCC. We have a great music degree here that has all the right components for you to transfer to a four-year program after this, finish your bachelors in music, and go on to […]

Online Graduate Degree in Adventure Tourism- Short- Colorado State University

Online Graduate Degree in Adventure Tourism- Short- Colorado State University

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What is adventure? Adventure is removing predictability, it’s embracing uncertainty, actively seeking to learn more about history, culture, and different lifestyles. It’s passion rooted in your being, it’s trying to understand the natural world and choosing to be immersed in it. It’s your curiosity that leads to growth that only happens on the edge of […]

MSc Finance: Introduction to International Finance | University of Aberdeen Business School Online

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My experience from actually working with the professionals and – just to give students some information – I was a trustee on our University Pension Committee and I was an Investment Advisor on the University’s investments and I’ve also been the Chair of a charitable trust where we had to manage funds and then distribute […]

Online Master of Learning Technologies

Online Master of Learning Technologies

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Are you ready to advance in the field of learning technologies? The Ohio State University’s online Master of Learning Technologies program will give you the skills you need to succeed in multiple sectors of education. You’ll be taught by Ohio State’s distinguished faculty from the College of Education and Human Ecology. Our faculty collaborate on […]

EAB Expert Insights: Online Education with Colin Koproske

EAB Expert Insights: Online Education with Colin Koproske

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Online Education -we hear the term all the time, we talk about our online strategy, but that’s actually a mistake. Lumping all online students together confuses a modality with a market. There are actually three distinct student populations we need to reach with different strategies. First, multimodal undergraduates- students in traditional bachelor’s degree programs who […]

Convocation 2019 – Amherst College

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(celebratory trumpet music) (crowd chattering) ♪ Whose woods these are I think I know. ♪ ♪ These woods belong to me. ♪ ♪ That I long wanted, for the sky I see. ♪ ♪ Thank you, Amherst for three places you’ve given me ♪ ♪ A place right here ♪ ♪ A place for you […]

HOW WE GOT HERE: Winning a Seat in the Middle Class

HOW WE GOT HERE: Winning a Seat in the Middle Class

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Whatever happened to the American dream? The middle class job that pays enough for you to buy a house, raise a family and maybe even take a vacation every once in a while. The high-paying low-skilled jobs once promised to high school graduates by the manufacturing sector now seem to be in Michigan’s rearview mirror […]