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This month the Online Education Policy Initiative at MIT released a study done on how to further education in all aspects, with a focus on online education. The study has four focus zones: interdisciplinary collaboration, online educational technologies, learning engineers, and institutional/organizational change. The overarching message of the study is that while all fields are

A new startup out of France has a cool new device to view your phone…and everyone is freaking out! Cicret, (pronounced secret…I guess since this other app is named Secret they got a little clever with the spelling. And even that Secret had to get a URL with .ly!) is an app connected to a bracelet,

  We are so excited for the Campus Technology 2014 Conference in Boston next week that we made a “Campus Technology 2014 in Boston Preview!” There are tons of cool things to do and see. From awesome presenters to a great roster of exhibitors, who knows where to begin? Have no fear, internet friend, we

Udacity one of the top MOOC providers is now focusing on providing learning opportunities for people wishing to equip themselves with high-demand digital skills. Apart from providing free online courses, Udacity is now offering advanced skills that companies like Google, Cloudera and AT&T want their prospective employees to have. Udacity announced the new courses that

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Education Technology advances has made it possible for many universities to offer their courses online for distance learners. The result is an unprecedented growth of online course offerings, continuing education, and MOOCs. What was once only a future possibility is now a reality for thousands of people who choose to take an online degree because

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