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Personalizing the student experience, the role of MOOCs, and more.

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Published by AACSB International

November/December 2016


GLOBAL AND CAMPUS FREE

 

Should social impact be the basis of higher education? Why the world needs more social innovators—and why traditional higher ed must do more to produce them.

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GLOBAL AND CAMPUS FREE

How a “no-campus” model that prioritizes fieldwork and experiential learning over coursework could turn higher education inside-out.

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MOOCS 2.0

 

How far have MOOCs come in the past four years? What’s next? How can traditional universities compete—or collaborate?

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SOLVING FOR X: PERSONALIZING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE

As bachelor’s and master’s programs in business grow larger to satisfy demand, all business schools will face a similar challenge: How do we offer a personalized educational experience within large student cohorts?

THE MOOCS-BASED MBA

Laurie Pickard wanted the skills an MBA would give her, but didn’t want to drop out of the workforce to earn one—or absorb the $100,000 cost. So, she turned to MOOCs to assemble the courses she needed. What can business school deans learn through her story?

CAPITALIZING ON LOCATION

Victoria Business School creates close ties to government because of its location in New Zealand’s capital city. But all business schools can benefit by taking advantage of their local contexts.

RESEARCH & INSIGHTS
RESEARCH WITH BUSINESS IN MIND
Bridging the gap between academia and practice.
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WOMEN DO ASK FOR RAISES

 

Why don’t they get them as often as men?
PLUS: Examining how tax codes affect household income, learning how to cope with endless email, and exploring how investments in energy can reduce poverty.

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HANDS-ON ETHICS EDUCATION
Georgetown offers courses to students—and training to teachers.
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INTEREST IN PINTEREST:

Northern Arizona professor uses Pinterest to boost student interest in learning.

PLUS: Integrating experiential learning into courses, and teaching business skills to med students.

PEOPLE AND PLACES
NYU PROF JOINS WORLD BANK
Urban expert Paul Romer emphasizes economic gains through collaboration.
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ATTRACTING YOUNG TALENT TO ACCOUNTING

The AICPA and NAF team up to introduce high school students to the benefits of accounting careers.

PLUS: AOM professors receive recognition, as well as other business school news.


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