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Invisible Learning to be published in early 2011

Invisible Learning to be published in early 2011

About a year ago, Cristóbal Cobo and I announced a research project called Invisible Learning. After many months of work, collecting experiences, researching literature, interviews, and exchanges with experts (and –above all– many hours of writing), we can announce that in 2011 the Invisible Learning book will be a reality (in print and digital formats).

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2020 skills forecast for the European Union

2020 skills forecast for the European Union

Cedefop, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, supplied a comprehensive assessment of Europe’s skills requirements up to 2020 to the European Council.  In the study, they identified six employment trends leading to the year 2020 horizon: Services sector still expanding: Europe continues…

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Can Shibuya save Antioch?

Can Shibuya save Antioch?

From this morning’s Inside Higher Ed: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2008/03/04/antioch Antioch University’s announcement last week that its board had “reconfirmed” plans to shutter Antioch College at the end of this academic year has prompted a flurry of activity to prevent that from happening. Most notably, alumni and professors…

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