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ReportOUT Vol. 9

Netflix University: Why Not? – The quarterly review of innovative applications in alternative education

ReportOut Vol 8

ReportOUT Volume #8

There are clear advantages to online learning for both students and colleges: convenience, accessibility, cost and flexibility. But the challenges of online education have often been overlooked – especially for career and technical education where practical application and hands-on performance are central to learning. For the highly motivated, self-directed, self-disciplined student seeking knowledge in a …

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ReportOUT Volume #7

There are clear advantages to online learning for both students and colleges: convenience, accessibility, cost and flexibility. But the challenges of online education have often been overlooked – especially for career and technical education where practical application and hands-on performance are central to learning. For the highly motivated, self-directed, self-disciplined student seeking knowledge in a …

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ReportOUT Volume #6

There are clear advantages to online learning for both students and colleges: convenience, accessibility, cost and flexibility. But the challenges of online education have often been overlooked – especially for career and technical education where practical application and hands-on performance are central to learning. For the highly motivated, self-directed, self-disciplined student seeking knowledge in a …

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ReportOUT Volume #5

This volume of ReportOUT focuses on the accelerating adoption of digital badges and micro certifications and its impact on employers and prospective employees. But the long view of education and the dilution of undergraduate degrees, argues for a significant increase in the use of micro-certifications in technical and soft skills. It’s not that the “non-degree” …

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ReportOUT Volume #4

And who DOESN’T love a good story? From 15,000-year-old cave paintings, to the Bible, to the narrative of the first Thanksgiving, story is the backbone of who we are and what we aspire to be. Ironic. In fact, more than ironic. One of the oldest forms of communication that has been discovered is now the …

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