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Kelley School Of Business Chunks Courses For Corporate Use
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David F. Carr
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8/26/2013 | 1:40:40 PM
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Also interesting to see the trend toward breaking education down into small components of instruction that can be combined in different ways, depending on the needs of the learner. That's broader than just what's going on in this business education context.
ChrisMurphy
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8/23/2013 | 7:38:56 PM
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It's an interesting approach for higher ed to take its business model digital without just giving away courses. Business schools have long tuned executive education programs for companies, and some even tweak their full MBA programs for big employers committed to putting a steady stream of employees through the program. Online education could be a more efficient way to serve the same market. And for all those companies complaining they can't find qualified people, time to contract with a university for online education?


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