Monthly Archives: November 2011

Higher Education – The Next Bubble?

In The Journal of Higher Education, Horton and Cronin (2009, May 22) asked the question, “Will higher education be the next bubble to burst?” They point to the fact that tuition continues to rise at most schools while at the … Continue reading

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Learning is Everywhere

In looking at education of the future this week, I looked more deeply into the idea of ubiquitous learning.  Ubiquitous learning is often simply defined as learning anywhere, anytime and is therefore closely associated with mobile technologies. The portability of … Continue reading

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My (big, fat) PLN

Last week we were looking at Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) and/or Personal Learning Environments. When I first looked at the assignment I have to admit that I was not very excited. I had heard the terms and read some about … Continue reading

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