Tag Archives: MOOCs

Desperate for Disruption

A cyber security training community founder shares his lessons in online learning. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Having spent much of their careers in the I.T. and cyber security training sector, Ralph Sita and Ryan Corey came to realize how … Continue reading

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The Learner is the Winner

Sizing up MOOCs four years later: a tectonic transfer from institution to learner.  GUEST COLUMN | by Anne Trumbore When MOOCs dominated the news cycle in 2012, they promised a sea change in the way learners obtained education, whether by … Continue reading

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World-Changing Power

Through evolution comes challenges. GUEST COLUMN | by Jazz Gandhum The definition of education is “the process of teaching or learning” – and ever since the dawn of time, education has been central to the evolution of man. People always … Continue reading

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Meeting in the Middle

Innovative ways for underrepresented and underprivileged students to access STEM. GUEST COLUMN | by Frank McCallum There are plenty of conversations and predictions about the economy of tomorrow, but leaders and influencers agree that honing future workers’ STEM interest and … Continue reading

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5 Ways Technology is the New Methodology

A pioneer in massive online courses shares his perspective on a solid approach. GUEST COLUMN | by Ping-Cheng Yeh The children of today are exposed to tablets, phones, games, television and computers at an early age. Students of today love technology, … Continue reading

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