27 février 2019

Don’t Like Your Ph.D. Program? Transfer

HomeStudents often feel powerless to change and see dropping out entirely as the only option, but that's simply not the case, writes Kevin Singer. More...

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21 février 2019

Post-REST

Stephen Downes PhotoBy Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Post-REST
Tim Bray, Ongoing, 2018/11/19
REST stands for 'Representational State Transfer' and it was the nice light-weight way we created interfaces between programs running on the web (instead of using the heavy and over-engineered Web Services architecture). But now Tim Bray is looking at what comes after REST. "Mes­sag­ing and Event­ing... is all over, and I mean all over, the cloud in­fras­truc­ture that I work on," he writes. More...

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10 février 2019

Cedefop Handbook of transferability

HomeThe Handbook describes how the innovative practices, with proven results, can be transferred to other contexts by identifying and analysing their essential components. The Handbook foresees to support (national level) managers to identify which successful initiatives to transfer to their context and how to adapt them to successfully integrate it in their national context. More...

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07 janvier 2019

La Chambre régionale des Comptes dénonce le transfert des contrats aidés de la commune de Saint-Denis/Réunion au CCAS

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. Le rapport d’observations définitive établi par la Chambre Régionale des Comptes concernant le CCAS, Centre communal d’action sociale, de Saint-Denis dans le département/région de La Réunion consacre un développement important aux contrats aidés. Plus...

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21 décembre 2018

Looking for a way to improve the transfer process?

eCampus NewsThe University of Arkansas had a problem: Admissions staff needed to make quicker decisions about transfer students and needed to reach students in new markets, but a backlog of transfer credits slowed progress. More...

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27 novembre 2018

Another College Ends Ban on Transfer Students

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. This spring Princeton University admitted its first transfer students since 1990. The news that Princeton had an explicit policy (prior to this year) of not considering transfer applicants stunned many educators who are aware of the increasing importance of transfer admissions to many four-year institutions. More...

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03 novembre 2018

TCC, five area universities study transfer problems

University Business Magazine logoOklahoma’s college students eager to get out of school and into jobs can’t afford to waste time, money or effort. More...

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02 novembre 2018

'If I Had Known Then…'

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. This week I was in a meeting with representatives from a four-year college to which we transfer a lot of students. The partnership between the two schools is strong, we work well together, and the spirit of the meeting was problem-solving. More...

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01 novembre 2018

New EAB Software Helps Students on Transfer Process

HomeBy Ashley A. Smith. The Transfer Portal software for college websites not only shows students what courses transfer from one college to another but how those courses apply to majors and what jobs and salaries are available to graduates with degrees in those majors. More...

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Common App's Transfer App: Fast Start, Rocky Start

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. The Common Application this fall launched a new application focused on transfer students. The service was designed to make it more convenient for community college students and others to transfer to four-year institutions. More...

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