03 août 2018

The Ohio Department of Higher Education working with Digital Science

University Business Magazine logoResearch technology company Digital Science announced today that it has embarked on a project with the Ohio Department of Higher Education to work in partnership with the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH) to highlight Ohio's biomedical and engineering faculty and to showcase Ohio's campus facilities and equipment critical to the innovation process. More...

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01 août 2018

Blackboard ends participation in Moodle’s Certified Partner Program

University Business Magazine logoBlackboard announced that the company has strategically decided to end its partnership with Moodle and is transitioning out of Moodle’s Certified Partner Program. More...

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Fairfield University offers Peace Corps Prep Program

University Business Magazine logoSet to launch in Fall 2018, Fairfield University, in partnership with the United States Peace Corps, will offer the Peace Corps Prep Program, offered through a joint collaboration between the University’s International Studies Program and the Center for Faith & Public Life. More...

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10 juillet 2018

TNE in HE is about collaboration, not neo-colonialism

By Robert Coelen. Peter De Costa's article “A better way forward for transnational higher education” raises issues around transnational education (TNE) that my university does not support at any of its four international presences which include fully fledged independent campuses as well as a substantial presence on the campuses of a foreign partner. More...

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Models of Collaboration

Models of Collaboration
Overview of five major models of collaboration: library, solicitation, process support, community and team. What I like about this outline is that it extends beyond the idea of collaboration as merely involving person to person communication and looks also at the important intermediating role of content resource. More...

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26 juin 2018

Collaboration across universities is ‘key to innovation’

Collaboration, similar to the American model involving the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, is the only way forward for innovation in Hong Kong, said Professor Tsui Lap-chee, the academic leading a review of research and development in Hong Kong, writes Peace Chiu for the South China Morning Post. More...

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23 juin 2018

Solar collaboration energizes a new era of sustainability in higher ed

University Business Magazine logoYou think there’s not enough sun in cold, dark Maine to generate solar power? You say solar panels belong in the deserts of the Great Southwest? Actually, solar panels operate more efficiently in cooler weather, and Maine gets more sun than Germany, known worldwide as a solar powerhouse. More...

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05 juin 2018

Defining (and Driving) Collaboration

Defining (and Driving) Collaboration
Jordan Lippman, Janine Perri, Getting Smart, 2018/05/21
This is a preview of a Collaboration Nation survey that will be published this summer. The preview finding being released is that educators tend to blame problems in collaboration on the student rather than on factors related to the class or the school system. More...

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04 juin 2018

Council of Europe and UEFA sign Memorandum of Understanding

Screenshot-2018-5-2 NewsroomCouncil of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland and UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin have signed today at Palais de l’Europe a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen their co-operation and implement common strategies in areas of shared interest. More...

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01 juin 2018

Une déclaration de collaboration entre le Québec et le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg sur l'ESS

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. Les ministres reconnaissant que l'économie sociale et solidaire favorise, de part et d'autre, une croissance durable et inclusive, notamment par la création d'emplois de qualité et la cohésion sociale, constituant ainsi une réponse adaptée aux besoins des collectivités, souhaitent marquer le début d'un processus pour encourager les échanges concernant les lois et les politiques publiques de soutien à l'économie sociale et solidaire mises en œuvre par le Québec et le Grand‑Duché du Luxembourg dans l'objectif d' optimiser et d'enrichir ces dernières par une coopération entre les administrations concernées. Plus...

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