History and Future of (Mostly Higher) Education: Week One

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In an earlier blog, “Clearing Up Some Myths About MOOCs” (http://hastac.org/blogs/cathy-davidson/2013/06/11/clearing-some-myths-about-moocs ),  I promised to keep a log of time, expense, human resources, ideas, drafts, syllabi, books, articles, assignments, and other MOOC-y features,… Read more »

Why Learn in Public? A Valentine’s Day Special

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In Surprise Endings:  Social Science and Literature, the Duke class I team-teach with behavioral economist Dan Ariely, we explore the deepest aspects of human behavior, as learned in empirical social science experiments and… Read more »

Size Isn't Everything

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Reblogged from the Chronicle of Higher Ed For academe’s future, think mash-ups not MOOC’s By Cathy N. Davidson My reading material to and from London recently for the annual open-source programming event known… Read more »

Universities in the Digital Age (Hour 2)

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Reblogged from: CBCradio –A virtual classroom with hundreds of thousands of participants who will never meet each other. The professor on a screen or, better still, behind one. Tests graded by other students…. Read more »

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