Monthly Archives: April 2013

Former Education Secretary Seeks to Simplify States’ Distance-Education Rules – Government – The Chronicle of Higher Education

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» Penn State Adopts Doceri iPad Whiteboard Throughout its Campuses Freedom to Teach – the Doceri Blog

The Gartner Symposium has attendees from a practically every sector: educational institutions, surgery emergency government agencies, help healthcare, ed insurance, finance, manufacturing, retail, etc… That makes it interesting when we talk about a topic like Bring Your Own Device (or … Continue reading

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Under California Bill, Faculty-Free Colleges Would Award Exam-Based Degrees – Government – The Chronicle of Higher Education

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