Digital Inspiration and Learning for the next generation Entrepreneurs

The world’s first digital Museum of Entrepreneurship has opened a website to celebrate innovations and achievements of entrepreneurs of our time. The new digital centre for entrepreneurship inspiration is curated by  Dr Stefania Zerbinati, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Cass Business School in London. Where the main aim is to …

Universities in the Digital Age and Scientific Publishing

Later this year we will publish a trend report about European universities transformation into the digital age. In the story below follows some pioneering cases of using digital technologies and new pedagogies in higher education from other parts of the world to adapt to the digital society’s prerequisites. This also …

The Return of the Higher Education Republic

During the Renaissance scholars and students were wandering between the growing amount of universities searching for the knowledge and engaging environments of their own choice. As the centuries went by this goal was abandoned in favour of the nations’ demands. Especially from the 19th Century and onwards the main goal …

Flipping the classroom, innovative Learning Hub shows the way

eLearningworld News The Arc is a new innovative learning hub equipped with the latest tools for flipping the classroom. It is now being launched by the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) and includes 56 smart classrooms. In the flipped classroom students learn the course content online before class. …

Latest News: The German Government introduces Teaching 4.0

eLearningworld News from Germany How can digitization improve higher education? This is what the new research field “Digital University Teaching” is going to answer. Federal Research Minister Johanna Wanka comments: “We want to find the most promising way for the use of new media in higher education. As a basis …

Latest News: Yale For Life – Organising LifeLong Learning in practice

eLearningworld News from US Yale University is inviting parents to students and old students back to campus with the offer that for a week of intensive seminar study and life at Yale re-experience the student time. The 78 years old Andy Libka that is one of the student’s at seminars …

Latest News: Indian universities producing CEOs for largest Western companies

eLearningworld News from India What has Microsoft, Nokia, Mastercard and Pepsi in common? The answer is that they are all run by people with degrees from Indian Universities. For instance, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft and Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia have both degrees from Manipal Institute of Technology. Now …

Latest News: Bachelor’s degree as likely as any lower level education to lead to lifelong learning

eLearningworld News from US A survey from Gallup shows that only Postgraduates is more likely to attend a LifeLong Learning-approach in comparison to all lower levels of education. Despite the universities aim on promoting a lifelong learning-approach to the student, not even on the Bachelor-degree-level there seems to generate more …