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Budgeting for innovation in higher ed isn’t about numbers. It’s building a culture that fosters innovation and prioritizes when and where to spend its funds.
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The move to blended and online learning spotlights learning design, but it’s hard to measure what is good. Schools committed to the quality of their campus-based education are making decisions that undermine that commitment.
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Noodle Founder and CEO, John Katzman, joined Scott Becker on the Becker Private Equity & Business Podcast to share his thoughts on the challenges professionals face when entering the job market, standardized testing, and more. Katzman also spoke about his current focus, the nursing shortage. “We’re taking the whole notion of collaboration between hospitals and universities […]
Josiah Enos
Get to Know Noodle Marketing & Enrollment Learning & Development Specialist, Josiah Enos “Empathy guides me in understanding and connecting with the individuals I lead.” Josiah Enos is an Enrollment Learning & Development Specialist at Noodle. Originally from South Korea but raised in Warwick, Rhode Island, he received his education at Calvin University where he […]
May Hang
Get to Know Noodle People Team Coordinator, May Hang “I used to think leadership was all about projecting confidence and having all the answers. Now I know it’s about being genuine, vulnerable, and willing to learn from your mistakes.” May Hang is a People Team Coordinator at Noodle. Born and raised in the suburbs of […]
When you’re ready to launch an online program, it’s essential to consider industry demands, accreditation requirements, and engaging key stakeholders. This guide explains how and why to focus on creating an online program that enhances learning through technology rather than simply replicating traditional methods. Key takeaways include:
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With traditional methods of student recruitment undergoing a profound transformation, adaptation is the key to attracting the next generation.
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With traditional methods of student recruitment undergoing a profound transformation, adaptation is the key to attracting the next generation.
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Students and faculty alike are demanding more from their universities, specifically more efficiency and flexibility. Technology would seem to be the answer, but with all the available options, finding the right fit can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Instead of focusing on technology as the end-all, be-all solution to every problem, university […]
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Onboarding goes a long way to setting the tone for a student’s academic experience. Make it effective.