1. Edcorp International Intro

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    With an unrivalled knowledge of the education industry, Edcorp provides a portfolio of consulting services and cutting-edge technology products to New Zealand international education providers. Edcorp is not a recruitment agency. Rather, we are an invaluable strategic partner committed to facilitating new recruitment channels and trans-national projects, with a strong focus on India. Edcorp is based in Auckland, New Zealand and operate a wholly owned subsidiary Edcorp India (P) Ltd., in Delhi. Knowledge - Keeping pace with a highly dynamic international education market is a challenge faced by all industry participants. Getting insightful and up-to-the-moment advice is essential. Edcorp's in-depth understanding of the present-day situation and developing trends is a significant strength. Our unique experience, current knowledge and established relationships enable us to engage with target markets in a culture-specific and contextual style, proven to succeed. Services - Every recruitment dollar must count. In markets that are demanding increased personal contact and proven credibility, old 'fly in - fly out' marketing tactics have become both ineffective and cost-inefficient. We do better. Edcorp provides a suite of credible, market-penetrating services from complete local office representation to regular multi-agent training seminars and multi-city 'roadshows'. Products - In a digitally-connected world, students routinely access information and transact using smartphones and other hand-held devices. Presenting your brand effectively through these channels is now critical. Edcorp develops hand held device-friendly websites and multi-platform 'apps' that grow opportunities for engagement with your target markets.

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    • Always Learning: The Boudreaux Group and Steelcase Classroom Clip

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      The Boudreaux Group, from the perspective of the student, learn about the flexibility and efficiency of Steelcase desks in a classroom space.

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      • Always Learning: The Boudreaux Group and Steelcase

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        The Boudreaux Group visits the Steelcase corporate headquarters facilities in Grand Rapids, MI and learn key trends in flexible classroom space.

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        • Britain Needs an Ivy League: The case for Private Universities in the UK - by Professor Terence Kealey

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          Professor Kealey argues the case for world-class universities being established in the UK as charitable bodies independent of the state for teaching, alongside the benefits of access to state funding for research. The lecture is delivered by Professor Terence Kealey, Vice-Chancellor, Buckingham University, with a response by Professor Malcolm Gillies, Vice-Chancellor, London Metropolitan University. The event is chaired by Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/britain-needs-an-ivy-league Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There is currently nearly 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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          • UK-China Collaboration in Higher Education

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            Sir Drummond Bone, Master of Balliol College, University of Oxford, talks about Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, interviewed by Dr Sung Hee Kim, Director of Voices from Oxford. As former Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool University, Sir Drummond Bone was instrumental in setting up this collaboration in higher education. In this story of East meets West, a new Chinese university was formed with strong links to a British institution, with some classes even in English.

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            • University Mission Statement Motion Graphic by CMBell Company

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              This short motion graphic brings to life a university's mission statement, increasing its emotional impact and making it an ideal social media communication tool. To learn more about this video, visit http://www.cmbell.com/blog/2012/11/14/bring-your-mission-statement-to-life.html. To learn more about ways to improve your communications, visit http://www.cmbell.com. To learn more about Walla Walla University, visit http://www.wallawalla.edu/.

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              • edjobber

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                New Brand, New App, Coming Soon To Mobile!

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                • The Struggler

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                  • On the Horizon: EducationFunding

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                    Educational entities work together to provide at a lower cost to students the required skills and education to gain employment in today’s job market.

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                    • USJI Week Event 5: U.S.-Japan Higher Education Panel II (Panel Discussion 2 & Closing Remarks)

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                      Conference Topic Drawing a roadmap to design a sustainable framework for enhancing academic collaboration between the U.S. and Japanese institutions. Goals of the conference At the US-Japan Higher Education Panel held in April 2012, the measures to further stimulate the mobility of students between the United States and Japan were discussed. This time around, the panel is to further discuss how to enhance the student exchanges and research cooperation and focuses especially on the young researchers. The session starting from 15:20 is designed for young researchers to begin fostering tangible interactions among themselves by exchanging views on a specific theme. Background and Purpose of the Project On April 9, 2012, the first US-Japan Higher Education Panel was held at Waseda University, the participants of which include individuals from CULCON, MEXT, JSPS, US and Japanese universities, Mitsui & Co. Ltd, Mitsubishi Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation, the Embassy of the United States, U.S. National Science Foundation, Japan Foundation, JASSO, the Japan-U.S. Educational Commission, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. Inspired by various ideas exchanged during the April panel over how to increase the US-Japan student and researcher mobility, the panel this time will gather more concrete proposals to design and implement a sustainable framework to facilitate active academic exchanges among US-Japan institutions. For example, several proposals can be potentially suggested as an initial mean to start our discussions, such as establishing a Japanese equivalent of the Rhodes Scholar Program or the Fulbright Program as a symbolic move to enhance the visibility of US-Japan higher education exchanges and cooperation, creating a new version of the JET (The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme) at the post-doctorate level to conduct research activities while teaching language or content classes to start an academic career, creating double-degree programs between US-Japan universities, and establishing mid-career young professionals exchange programs between US-Japan government offices and private companies. During the session called “Young Japanese Researchers Networking Discussion”, the panel will invite several young Japanese professors who are currently teaching at universities in the U.S. as faculty members. Being Japanese by their origin, these professors are resourceful not only for the U.S. institutions but also for the US-Japan academic exchange and cooperation. Their experiences to enter the U.S. academic communities and issues that they have faced in their career development will be addressed.

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