Monthly Archives: February 2013

The “College Scorecard” gets an incomplete grade

February 13, 2013

During last night’s State of the Union address, President Obama announced that the Department of Education’s College Scorecard would be made available this morning. If you’re not familiar, this consumer information piece has been in the works for over a … Continue reading

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Capella at 20: Changing Education, Changing Lives

February 8, 2013

As we continue to celebrate Capella’s 20th anniversary, I am thrilled to introduce another exceptional Capella graduate, Tiffany Burns, who shares her Capella experience in her own words: “I must first say that I LOVE higher education! I have worked … Continue reading

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Capella’s SOPHIA to Feature Mayo Clinic Tutorials

February 7, 2013

Ever been curious about what happens when you have your gallbladder removed? Look no further – the free social education platform SOPHIA (a member of the Capella family) – is offering tutorials developed by Mayo Clinic surgeon and professor, David … Continue reading

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Important Findings in new Gallup Poll

February 5, 2013

In my previous job working for a U.S. Senator from Nebraska, I got to know the Gallup organization well. They are a great Nebraska company and a global leader in research and analytics. The Gallup World Poll should be required … Continue reading

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Online Education Is Harder Than It Looks

February 4, 2013

Today’s guest blog post is from Michael Walsh, senior manager of corporate communications, who shares his thoughts on MOOCs and online education: “Here we go again.” That was my first thought when I read the article today in Inside Higher … Continue reading

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