Seeking New Directions: Be Part of a Bold NEJHE Series Exploring Models that Will Change Higher Ed Forever

Harney, John O.
July 2013
New England Journal of Higher Education;7/17/2013, p19
The article discusses developments in higher education in New England. It encourages readers to be part of the periodical's feature article "New Directions for Higher Education" by sharing their views with author Philip DiSalvio. The New England Board of Higher Education's University Unbound conference discussed the impact of the massive open online courses on students. Nonprofit organization Mozilla Foundation senior learning director Erin Knight created a video about credentialing system.


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