Posts Tagged: higher education
A communications law professor offers this tale of integrating digital storytelling in the classroom:
After all, we tell our students in courses focusing on skills that online tools are excellent opportunities to engage in some fantastic storytelling. Why not encourage students to use those tools to tell the stories of communication history, theory, sociology or, yes, law?
For those of us who have our hearts set on becoming professors, a Ph.D. is a necessary step toward landing a coveted tenure-track position. But if we aren’t planning to spend our lives at the blackboard, is a doctoral degree worth its hefty price tag?...more
The Pew Research Center performed a study on the value of higher education, as perceived the general public. The result divided along gender lines. Out of the 2100 Americans surveyed, around a third of them had bachelor degrees and most agreed that the heavy financial burden eclipsed the enriching academic experience that is college....more