Monthly Archives: December 2012

Social Media: Brilliant Tool Or Distraction?

GUEST COLUMN | by Rob James Love it or hate it, social media has become part of most people’s everyday lives, whether that means checking Facebook, using Twitter, or engaging in blogs, Pinterest walls, and other networks. Smartphone Internet speeds … Continue reading

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Using Academic Analytics to Improve Outcomes at Macon State

GUEST COLUMN | by Martha Venn There’s an old phrase about what happens when you assume. As Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of Macon State College, part of the University System of Georgia, I know there is no … Continue reading

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Interview | Mark Bavisotto Builds An Edustruct For Schools

Helping students prepare for their next level in life or education, Mark Bavisotto saw how students were struggling with the heavy online presence in higher education and thought why not apply that type of technology in the K-12 world. “I … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Online Education: Non-Profits Fight Back?

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