Monthly Archives: January 2013

Affirmative Action: Finding the Real Cause of Education Disparity

This is something I’ve wanted to address for a while. While I don’t have hard numbers and statistics to back up my ideas (please point me in the direction of some if you know of any studies related to this),

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Posted in Class/Gender/Race

Now is the Best Time to Learn STEM Online

Udacity, a website for free and open university-level courses in STEM fields, offers classes that are not put on a set time limit, including: Intro to Physics (PH100) Landmarks in Physics Introduction to Statistics (ST101) Making Decisions based on Data

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Posted in STEM

Opening Up Higher Education

With the proliferation of websites (Udacity, Coursera, iTunesU) offering full online higher education courses to the public for free, largely comprised of instructional video, many people are asking how these Technological changes will actually impact Higher Education. The form itself

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Posted in Education Revolution

Hello World!

I am Shriya, an undergraduate student at Tufts University. I created this blog to share, highlight, and discuss the exciting and interesting things I find online and in the media related to Educational Technology. I hope that it can grow

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Posted in Introduction/Misc