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Course popularity shows interest is growing in the field, professor says.

Course popularity shows interest is growing in the field, professor says.

Check out this infographic about Higher Education and Social Media. It's interesting to see that Ohio State is comparable to Harvard in the way they use social media! #DDWSU

How Higher Education Uses Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Visible Thinking Routine Graphic Organizers-These 20 graphic organizers are a great way to help your students use visible thinking routines with ease in your classroom and are great to display your students' thinking. If you are using Cultures of Thinking in your classroom, these graphic organizers will work great for you! #visiblethinking #CoT

Visible Thinking Routine Graphic Organizers

Ex-Ivy League admissions officer reveals how they pick students  Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ivy-league-admissions-officer-reveals-how-they-pick-students-2015-8#ixzz3hssXvaYA

Former Ivy League admissions officer reveals how they pick students

Infographic guide to open online courses.

Infographic: Massive Open Online Courses

20 Ways To Be Healthier In College // how to be healthy in college

20 Ways To Be Healthier In College

These tips are the must-read tips for saving money in college.

13 Tips For Saving Money In College

Interesting report about the US' widening skills gap, rethinking the "college for all" approach, and how to better prepare youth for productive, fulfilling careers. Just 56% of students enrolling in a four-year college attain a bachelor's degree after 6 years. Less than 30% of those enrolled in community college obtain an associate's degree within 3 years. Only 30% of African Americans and fewer than 20% of Latinos in their mid-20s have an associate's degree or higher.

Interesting report about the US' widening skills gap, rethinking the "college for all" approach, and how to better prepare youth for productive, fulfilling careers. Just 56% of students enrolling in a four-year college attain a bachelor's degree after 6 years. Less than 30% of those enrolled in community college obtain an associate's degree within 3 years. Only 30% of African Americans and fewer than 20% of Latinos in their mid-20s have an associate's degree or higher.

PTE Academic is accepted by different institutions worldwide including Harvard Business School, INSEAD, and Yale University. Thus, if you plan to pursue your higher education in these universities, it is highly recommended that you enroll in a PTE review program. #ptereview #pteacademic #ptetraining

PTE Academic is accepted by different institutions worldwide including Harvard Business School, INSEAD, and Yale University. Thus, if you plan to pursue your higher education in these universities, it is highly recommended that you enroll in a PTE review program. #ptereview #pteacademic #ptetraining

Low-Income Students Don’t Have to Get Into Harvard: "Sending more students to selective colleges will not improve the overall quality of our higher-education system." From Inside Higher Ed. (via Slate.com)

Low-Income Students Don’t Need to Go to Harvard

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