Here's another excellent report from World Education Services about an important issue that receives too little attention in the US and global media. This is an issue I have been writing and speaking about since my IIE-Viet Nam days. In fact, it was one of my "signature issues" and one that I have continued to … Continue reading Diploma Mills: 9 Strategies for Tackling One of Higher Education’s Most Wicked Problems
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Đây là bài cuối cùng tôi viết trong năm 2014, một năm thành công trên nhiều mặt. Dưới đây, tôi xin kể một tình huống đã trải qua khi dùng internet để dẫn chứng thêm nhận định về Internet , công cụ vừa mang lại những tiện ích, vừa là mối hiểm họa khó lường. … Continue reading Thiết lập thông tin chính xác, nghiêm túc
My last post of 2014, a great year, in many respects. Below I describe one online adventure that illustrates the status of the Internet as both a blessing and a curse. The main lesson here? Read everything with a critical eye, check the source and question the intent. Pause and think before jumping on the … Continue reading Journalism or Political Ax-Grinding?: Setting the Record Straight
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Good article by Jesse Nickles of CollegeTimes and not just because I'm quoted in it. MAA Accreditation. It’s a word that most college students have heard at some point, but that (unfortunately) very few actually comprehend on a meaningful level. And that is NOT a good thing. With greedy investors and corrupt congressmen aggressively turning … Continue reading Accreditation: When It Comes To Higher Education, Nothing Could Be More Relevant – Or Controversial
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