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Cameo Hartz
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In whatever form it takes, I'd say that higher education is doing something pretty important!

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Love. Love. Love. 

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I'm pretty certain that a la carte won't be the primary disrupt of education but increased customization, outcomes-based "badges" for competencies, and portfolios for all seems inevitable, and an improvement over the current system. A student's ability to articulate and bring evidence to the transformative nature of the (parts AND whole of the) education he or she has received is a fundamental component. Just as important as the facts and hard skills are abilities like synthesizing complex information and forming a cogent, evidence-driven argument / influencing sustainable change / building or creating something that didn't previously exist / responding to challenges to your unassessed notions. Building success in doing these things in one, and across, disciplines can't be achieved in single classes, but also don't require a traditional degree.

Can't wait to see how this conundrum plays out in the upcoming decade -at all levels of education. 
Is it about the degree, or what you learn in your courses?

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LOVE this article! I'll be presenting to Duke career professionals on the same topic in May: how participation in online communities and investment in a digital presence creates IRL opportunities and relationships. A juicy topic and I'd love to hear your advice and experiences. 

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Collaborative Consumption- we trust each other more than big business. Hallelujah!
Is technology leading us back to a more traditional, human and personal consumer environment?

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Lots of enticing info- anyone check these out?
Highlights from Think Education
This week we kicked off the Think event season with Think Education, a day-long conference focused on strategies and opportunities for education industry marketers.
We're happy to share key points and photos from the day, along with the new research Education Trends through the Eyes of Your Customer, at the Think Insights page linked below.

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lots to learn, smart people with something worthy to say, and short snippets. What could be better?
Click through for 30-second snippets of strategic tips from some of the most influential entrepreneurs in business today.

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this is nuts.
holy moly can you believe the speed of technological advancement?

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I'm curious about what we, as career professionals working with young professionals who AREN'T yet affiliated with an organization might be able to learn from these internal HR tools. +Gary Alan Miller +Ross Wade +Mallory Bower this might be another point of inspiration for this summer's CCIG.
HR Executive Online has named Magnet, our employee career development tool, as one of the best HR Ideas for 2012. Magnet allows Googlers to view careerpaths, learn about various departments and network with other employees based on shared skills, experiences and interests.

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And I thought TED was inspiring... Lovelovelovelovelove this idea and can't wait to tune in!
"A permanent initiative, TED-Ed harnesses the talent of the world's best teachers and visualizers, extending great lessons beyond a single classroom to anyone with internet access.

In the first stage of this initiative, TED-Ed launches a new education channel on YouTube today. It offers up original video content that marries the talent of great teachers with top animators to bring concepts like neuroscience to life in in short videos, typically 5 minutes long. The channel is part of the youtube.com/edu offering – a collection of half a million educational videos – available in many schools as well as to the public online."
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