The controversial pricing model is the financially soundest way to proceed, say the two College of Wooster officials responsible for maintaining it.
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Institutions should better prepare graduate students to teach and pay more attention to learning outcomes, speakers at a conference said.
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As police departments and other security functions depend more and more on digital technologies, bringing them together just made sense, officials say.
Richard C. Levin brings international business savvy and academic bona fides to the MOOC company.
Few institutions budget in advance for such lapses in security, and the costs can be considerable.
User-friendly technology means more alerts for police officers and improved security for colleges.
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