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At the same time the college degree has become the universally accepted measure of how much a person knows.
If you care about the future of higher education in America (and if you care about America, how can you not...) you must read this book.
What I like most about the book is that it is well researched and packed with good information and resource references.
Absolutely amazing book. If you're interested in the state of higher education, and what can (and has) been done to improve it, I can't recommend this book strongly enough. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher Mark
From the content, book condition to delivery time, item price, I feel that all as good as or even better than i expectedPublished 13 months ago by Jack Chang
Everything Anya has to say is worth listening to. Every educator should read everything she writes if they want to keep u with the rapid changes in higher education.Published 18 months ago by Linda J. Savory
As a person who was a little dissatisfied with my college experience, I was relieved to know I wasn't the only one. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Hermgirl
A lot of the same old stuff. I don't think it really introduced much that was new conceptually, but still an okay read.Published 22 months ago by Mickey
DIY U spends a TON of time talking about the problems with education and possible solutions for do-it-yourself education, as well as barriers to the mainstream use of it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by wareagle920
In DIY U, Ms. Kamenetz gives an excellent overview of the development of online education and its effect on the brick and mortar universities and colleges. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Tammy Slay
What a mixed book. If you opened to the last section, the Resource Guide is an excellent tool for one looking to start or improve one's education level, complete with references to... Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by E. J.
This book is useful even for those not looking to "transform" higher education -- it contains many ideas for a more broadly conceptualized view of education. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by pleureur.