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Thomas Edison State University Spotlight: A Shared Vision to Increase the Value of Educational Content

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Creating content that supports learning is no easy task. There is an abundance of emerging content options out there, and offering students and instructional staff a wider, more advanced selection supports your institution’s mission: provide engaging and affordable course materials to meet your students’ needs. It’s a big job.

Here at Ed Map, we understand it’s a heavy lift. And so does Matt Cooper, Associate Provost, at Thomas Edison State University’s Center for Learning and Technology. As one of the first schools in the country designed specifically for adult learners, the University continues to cater to the market by…

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10.3.16 Higher Ed Weekly Read: Articles Worth Reviewing

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Here are some industry articles that caught our eye recently.

Meritocracy in Obama’s Gilded Age. “But the problem with Obama’s story is not only that it blinds us to the structural inequality generated by higher education. The story also makes it difficult to appreciate what’s worth defending about even our deeply flawed university system.”

How “Working From Home” Became “Just Working.” “The shift away from the office being the default place where work happens has its plusses and minuses. On the minus side, we have totally demolished the zone between work and home. We are always working….

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9.26.16 Higher Ed Weekly Read: Articles Worth Reviewing

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Here are some industry articles that caught our eye recently.

The No-Censorship Approach to Life. “To say that we can’t ban speech is, in a sense, easy. To say what follows next is very, very hard. This brings me to that second essential point: How students today grapple with ideas, with thoughts and viewpoints in the myriad ways available to them, will determine who they are. Of course, they will never completely resolve this process; it is too complex for rules or clear guides. They will make many errors, and feel embarrassed looking back. Or they will feel…

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