Reynolds’ boids, cormorants in Cape Town, and why collective behaviour emerges from simple individual rules
Doug Engelbart received a doctorate from Yale last week adding this to his impressive collection of Ph.Ds.
1955. Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley
1994. Honorary Doctorate, Oregon State University
2001. Honorary Doctorate, Santa Clara University
In the blog post from “eLearning Roadtrip” called Data Change Everything the author lays out a case for investment and innovation.
We’ve seen what data analytics does for business and I’ve heard from reliable sources that the for-profit online universities are having some success with this field. The Apollo Group (University of Phoenix) hired top wiz kids from Yahoo to lead new e-learning initiatives in their San Francisco office.
In this interview with the EE Times Interview Steve Wozniak creates a compelling case for how schools are squelching creativity.
In the article “Measurement of ‘Learning Outcomes’ Comes to Graduate Schoolin The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 1, 2010, David Glenn asks three deans why graduate schools should require detailed student learning outcomes.
The main points:
“Making the invisible visible”