Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Great Universities Online, or one ‘great’ university at least

The comments that follow are highly impressionistic, following from watching two courses of lectures from Open Yale. ¬†First, I attended via video Paul Freedman’s lectures on Mediterranean history from 284-1000, and am now coming to the end of John Merriman’s … Continue reading

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Education online & the Shouting Culture

I viewed on YouTube an episode of ‘The Agenda with Steve Paikin’ this morning on narcissism. Steve Paikin was interviewing W. Keith Campbell, an American psychologist who studies narcissism in modern western society – mostly in the U.S. I think. … Continue reading

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