“Never lose a holy curiosity,” said Einstein. With something as critical as a student's education, we are always asked about our operations, processes, and our subject-specialists. So we popped the hood on the engine that is YourTutor, during an on-stage Q&A session at the STARS Conference.
How do you prevent students dropping out of first year at university? Timing is everything, according to British university studies. So, when exactly is "just-in-time"?
In Geoffrey Moore’s seminal book ‘Crossing the Chasm’ he powerfully describes the adoption of new technology products by different user groups, and the “chasm” that exists between early adopters and the pragmatists that form the early majority.
While attending this week’s Universities Australia conference I was encouraged to see that many higher education executives have moved past a begrudging acceptance that our traditional university model must change.