Last Wednesday’s McGill Senate meeting saw discussions on the role of McGill in providing higher education to refugees, McGill’s strategy for internationalization, as well as a presentation on the current state of research misconduct within the university. Access to education for refugees During the previous Senate meeting, a question was[Read More…]
Six million. That was the conservative estimate given by an Oct. 2013 article in the Wall Street Journal addressing the combined enrolment numbers of edX and Coursera—two of the most popular Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) platforms—since the two websites were launched in 2012. Today that number has almost doubled,[Read More…]
As the semester ramps up, we students have probably shelled out considerable amounts of money for this semester’s textbooks.
The Board of Governors convened May 22 for their last meeting of the school year. The session was also the last meeting for Arnold Steinberg, who will be ending his term as Chancellor on Jun. 30. Budget In her opening remarks, Principal Suzanne Fortier spoke highly of a recent meeting[Read More…]