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Bernard Bull
Host of the MoonshotEdu Podcast @ www.moonshotedu.com, professor, AVP of Academics, Chief Innovation Officer, author, blogger @ etale.org
Host of the MoonshotEdu Podcast @ www.moonshotedu.com, professor, AVP of Academics, Chief Innovation Officer, author, blogger @ etale.org
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This is the third installment of a seven-part exploration of data, analytics, and AI in higher education. In the first article, I set the groundwork for the series. I introduced the framework from which I intended to write, identifying what I consider to…
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Recently, inspired by a group of colleagues to submitted and entry, I decided to offer a submission to the Re-imagining the Higher Education Ecosystem challenge put out by the US Department of Education Office of Educational Technology. Reading through…
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What is a diploma mill? Scan the web and you will find a range of answers. Some limit their idea of a diploma mill to illegitimate schools. They are scams that claim to be legitimate organizations, but only to take your money, sending you a diplomas for…
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In article 1 of this 7-part series on data science and AI in higher education, I introduced a simple categorization for thinking about five ways in which data is used and shaping the present and future of higher education: college search and connection…
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Betting against a powerhouse advertising company like Google on almost anything in the digital world might seem like betting against Russell Westbrook in one-on-one against a middle schooler of your choice. Google has the talent, track record, global…
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Some people are more fluent in the humanities than in quantitative or modern scientific discourses. No matter. The future of education will be re-created by the language of math and its many relatives. Data, analytics, and AI are not a passing fad, nor…
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There is a grocery store nearby that I used to frequent. It provides quality products and I valued the brands and selection. Over the years the management or ownership clearly made a decision to establish the store as a premium spot, and one of the main…
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Stay with me. I want to offer a few considerations about what I consider the inevitable transformation of education by artificial intelligence, but to do so, I’m going to first invite you into my childhood and early college years for a moment. It might…
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School is just one spoke in the wheel of lifelong learning. The more that I engage in conversations about the future of education, and how to promote greater access and opportunity for life and work today, the more important this simple truth becomes to…
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Can you imagine a future where a person is endorsed as fully qualified to serve as a medical doctor without ever going to college or medical school? If we look back far enough in history, we know that this was commonplace, even the standard. Today, such…
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