On the agenda – Week 39, 2012

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28 september 2012 | How can MOOC be improved and will there soon be a tectonic breakup in the Indian Ocean? Furthermore, in this week’s “On the agenda”: Stanford heading to Afghanistan and environmentalism is not about being rich or poor.

Take 1 -R&D

@MITnews: Measuring the universe’s ‘exit door’

@CSIS: Unusual Indian Ocean earthquakes hint at tectonic breakup

@Bristouni: Environmentalism is not about being rich or poor


Take 2 – MOOC

@TeachThought: 25 Tips For A Better MOOC  Experience

@Chronicle: Faculty aren’t always included when considering  MOOCs

@CFR_org: Are massive open online courses the future of higher education? Some reasons to be skeptical


Take 3 – Around the Globe

@StanfordLaw:  Stanford heads to Afghanistan to build a law degree program

@TimesHigherEd: “Canada’s foreign recruitment drive may backfire

@WESFans: Higher education makes big leaps in Saudi Arabia  – New strategic plan to develop & expand higher education in the country.


 …and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Erasing Erasmus, will the EU Erasmus program solely add an extra bureaucratic layer?

@ScienceGuideEU: Van Rompuy world leader on twitter

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