Wednesday, January 16, 2013
As California Goes? (Inside Higher Ed)
State's governor looks to MOOCs for help in entry-level courses at public institutions. San Jose State takes the plunge while community colleges mull a different path.
California State U. Will Experiment With Offering Credit for MOOCs (Chronicle of Higher Education)
State universities in California, looking for creative ways to reduce education costs at a time of budget stress, are turning to MOOCs to offer low-cost options for students.
What About Community Colleges? (CHE)
As higher education approaches its own "cliff," two-year institutions appear to be well positioned for the future.
by Rebel Girl 25 years is a long time and Rebel Girl has seen a lot. Once, maybe five years into her stint at the little colleg...
[UPDATE: it's confirmed. The board added the names of Grimm and Boettger to the list of faculty to be granted tenure (item 6.9).] ...
As we reported previously , IVC's Vice President for Student Services, Linda Fontanilla, has been making the rounds making th...
OCC students and faculty rally today. Photo by Jeff Gritchen, OC Register from the Register : OCC teacher received threats, left the s...