On the Agenda – Week 01, 2013

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4 januari 2013 | Europe’s fading fortunes push young professionals abroad and India tries to reverse its brain drain. Furthermore, in this week’s “On the agenda”: Can you make a tuition-bearing credit course out of a MOOC? And the Origins of Armstrong’s ‘one small step’ line.

Take 1 – Jobs

@washingtonpost: Europe’s fading fortunes push young professionals abroad

@JobMarketMon: India: Over 1 million jobs to be created in 2013, reversing brain drain

@TimesHigherEd: Most read story of 2012: academic salaries no longer attract top talent, survey finds

Take 2 – Digital Education

@Chronicle: Having trouble keeping track of the MOOC phenomenon? Here’s a helpful timeline of everything that happened in 2012

@ChangeHighered: University of Washington finds difficulty in turning a MOOC into a tuition-bearing credit course

@anniemurphypaul: Talk about anytime learning: most students in a popular MOOC downloaded their lessons between midnight and 2 AM

Take 3 – R&D

@telegraphnews: Neil Armstrong’s family reveal origins of ‘one small step’ line

@NatureNews: Quantum gas goes below absolute zero

@EFPL: Scientists used microfluidics to propose a new explanation for why some bacteria become resistant

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Irish clover green view on Open Access

@ScienceGuideEU: Last minute deal saves US education


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