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Can Big Data Give Us Big Ideas? – Ivy Exec Blog


“Big Data can do more than target advertisements, it could even help innovators develop new concepts and products. Over 2.5 million terabytes of data are now created every day. The pace of new data creation has reached such a clip, according to IBM, that over 90 percent of the data currently available in the world was …”

Source: Can Big Data Give Us Big Ideas? – Ivy Exec Blog

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Should higher education be bundled, or unbundled?

A series of formal courses, learning experiences, internships and practical experiences comprises as traditional degree program at an institution of higher education.  When such a program is carefully designed by getting input from business, industry, and the arts, the outcomes for most students are predictable and can be changed and modified if needed.

The notion of unbundling suggests that there are courses or leaning experiences that are relevant and some that may not be.  In formal education, the training world has provided these kinds of experiences, but oversight of training is not handled by traditional accreditation agencies or the governance agencies of higher education in most cases.

To suggest that either of these education providers has an advantage over the other is a matter for some scrutiny and discussion.  As long as employers demand more effective “training”,  higher education will be forced to justify both the scope and cost of its degree programs.

Source: Should higher education be bundled, or unbundled? | The Edvocate

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K-12 Schools Must Teach Data Privacy and Security

The transparency that has become the Internet is especially important for your people whose youthful experiences don’t usually include fraud and cyber crime.  By infusing the school curriculum with consciousness raising activities, we will build a culture of trust, mutual respect and caution.

Source: K-12 Schools Must Teach Data Privacy and Security | Daniel Solove | LinkedIn

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Thanks to Daniel Solove

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Looking Through the Lens of ‘Flawless’ Colored Glasses

This week we head to the Emotion Revolution Summit at Yale where the Flawless Foundation is proud to be one of the sponsors of an important collaboration between the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.

Source: Looking Through the Lens of ‘Flawless’ Colored Glasses | Janine Francolini

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Worst-case scenarios for campuses under new DOE financial aid disbursement regs

Pending DOE rules threaten to derail campus outsourcing of financial aid disbursement and end partnerships between banks and student ID card programs.

Source: Worst-case scenarios for campuses under new DOE financial aid disbursement regs | CR80News

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Who’s afraid of the big bad MOOC?

Who’s afraid of the big bad MOOC?.

The UK weighs in on MOOC.  Great to read unbiased opinions about the movement and to know its global not just a US phenomenon.

Thanks to Steve Wheelers Blogger Blog

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