On the Agenda – Week 12, 2014

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28 maart 2014 | One size doesn’t fit all: there is a need for variety in learning and eLearning. Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda: Manchester students protest about self-serving economics degrees, requesting a module on Bubbles, Panics and Crashes.

Take 1 – eLearning

@Kevin_Corbett: One Size Does Not Fit All: The Need for Variety in (e)Learning

@ShellTerell: Stanford scientists put free text-analysis tool on the web

@AnaChristinaPrts: Open and distance learning in Myanmar

Take 2 – Economics

@WahScott: Manchester students protest about self-serving economics degrees, requesting a module on Bubbles, Panics and Crashes

@TheEconomist: Bitcoin’s best days may still be ahead of it, if not as a currency, then as a platform for financial innovation

@Ewaldeng: Must read! Boon & Johnson thrash Wests diplomatic handling of Ukraine crisis – they lost sight of the endgame

Take 3 – Health

@UniOfOxford: Eating organic food doesn’t lower your overall risk of cancer, large study involved 600,000 middle-aged women in UK

@LivingArchitect: Autism begins ‘long before birth’, scientists claim

@ArneDuncan: Nobel winner Heckman finds even more reason to invest in quality early education: healthier adults

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Meaningful employment is hard to find for European graduates, ESU concludes.

@ScienceGuideEU: High tech combined with patient contact is the key to Saskia Biskup’s success, winner of the Women’s Innovators Award


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