25 janvier 2017

A new way of planning international recruitment - Growing importance of regional hubs

By Marguerite Dennis. Regional hubs, especially in Southeast Asia and in the Middle East, are enrolling a greater share of international students with regional governments working together to create strong economic and political ties to attract students from the region to study there. Read more...

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New HE and technology park for ‘disputed territory’

By Yojana Sharma. A new technology park is to be set up on formerly disputed territory along Hong Kong’s border with China to enhance research collaboration between universities on both sides and establish an international higher education and technology hub. Read more...

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26 novembre 2016

Online hub helps community colleges pursue student success

eCampus NewsBy Laura Devaney. A new online hub and virtual community of practice aims to help community college educators access resources and best practices. More...

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08 juillet 2016

Chile to Support Technology Transfer Hubs with $19 Million

Best Masters Degrees & Masters Programs 2016By Elizabeth Koprowski. In the last five years, universities in Chile have become hotspots for applied research and development in technological sectors. Last year, Chile's higher education sector saw a 17.4% growth in patent applications and the number of technology transfer offices (TTOs) has doubled in the last five years. More...

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29 juin 2016

Innovation hub attracts start-ups and universities

About a 20-minute drive from the Rwandan capital of Kigali, there’s a barren road that leads to a construction site amid cornfields and banana trees. There, across a stretch of red earth, a hundred workers finish constructing the first building of the Kigali Innovation City. By mid-2017, the site is slated to be home to an offshoot of Carnegie Mellon University, the first African campus for the American higher education institution, writes Chloé Hecketsweiler for World Crunch. Read more...

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17 mars 2016

An e-book hub service based on a cloud platform

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningDue to the constant performance upgrades and regular price reductions of mobile devices in recent years, users are able to take advantage of the various  devices to obtain digital content regardless of the limitations of time and place. The increasing use of e-books has stimulated new e-learning approaches. This research project developed an e-book hub service on a cloud computing platform in order to overcome the limitations of computing capability and storage capacity that are inherent in many mobile devices. More...

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08 mars 2016

Belgium - a new coordination hub for work-based learning

Home The Wallonia-Brussels Federation has established a new coordination structure for work-based learning (WBL), and has standardised the status of learners, their contracts and working hours. More...

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29 février 2016

Continental university hub seeks academics across Africa

By Maina Waruru. The Pan African University’s Institute of Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovation or PAUSTI, based in Kenya, is seeking to boost its faculty by recruiting up to 32 short-term lecturers from across the continent to teach for periods ranging from four to 16 weeks. Read more...

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14 février 2016

Creating a Collaboration Hub

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgHigher Ed Tech News and Research ~ Ray Schroeder, editor. It took some time as well as a lot of planning and discussion, but Ribble and his colleagues got what they wanted when the new Center for Sciences and Innovation opened in early 2015. More...

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19 octobre 2015

Hubs to take elite universities into world-class club

By Yojana Sharma. China has announced a new scheme, likely to be backed by billions of dollars of funding, to ensure its elite universities rise into the global club of world-class universities. Read more...

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