Monthly Archives: April 2014

What to add?

My idea for how higher education should change is that higher education needs to come to terms with how it hires and fires personnel. What I mean by this is how it treats its primary mission: education. Over the year … Continue reading

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Disruption in the Classroom

So, MOOCs. We will start from the article you all probably have seen in the New York Times in 2012: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/04/education/edlife/massive-open-online-courses-are-multiplying-at-a-rapid-pace.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 These classes are massive, open, and online courses that can be taken for a variety of needs, reasons. Really … Continue reading

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how to present work

This week in class we talked alot about Open Access and how it effects publishing academic journals and articles, and how this ties into authorship. We talked about who gets what kind of authorship, in what order and why depending … Continue reading

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Open Access: Architecture [ARCC]

The journal that I decided to look at was the ARCC Journal of Architectural Research. The Journal is produced by the¬†Architectural Research Centers Consortium, which as a place for finding research on architecture. The journal also addresses topics such as … Continue reading

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ORI: unfortunate but necessary

Professional ethics are different for every profession, every nation. These ethical issues and views are not always clear, but are important to understanding how people operate, and how commonalities such as honesty, conduct, protections and inherent biases influence situations. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Views of the World

So today was another example of how different secondary education and higher education is in other countries as compared to the United States. I cannot imagine being tracked into a mathematics or humanities system. For the longest time I had … Continue reading

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