Asia Education

Pursuing my passion

By Fri, Jun 11, 2010 3:01AM UTC

I am exactly twenty-one and a half years old today. Just like many 21-year-olds, I still have not found my passion. I am still exploring to find one. Luckily, Pepperdine University has allowed me to do that with a four-month summer vacation. Unlike many of the Universities around the city

IUPUI international student profile

By Thu, Jun 10, 2010 9:37PM UTC

Namrita Bendapudi, Visakhapatnam, India              Namrita Bendapudi, a 2008 IUPUI University Fellowship recipient, is a Master’s student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology who has immersed herself in the IUPUI student life experience. She says, “Since this was my first time in the U.S., I was apprehensive, but the staff in International Affairs, as

SAT question leaker sentenced to eight months in prison

By Thu, Jun 10, 2010 12:21PM UTC

Original article. On June 10 Judge Lee Chang-hyeong of the Seoul Central District Courts fourth criminal appellate division affirmed the eight-month prison sentenced handed by the original trial court to 35-year-old Mr Jang of the R language hagwon for obtaining test materials of the American SAT exam. The trial court

Text: much more than words

By Thu, Jun 10, 2010 7:24AM UTC

When we access websites or any digital learning applications, they might include the following elements: Text, Video, Sound, Images and Animation. These make up the five elements of digital content, as well as multimedia. Each of these is combined in some way to create the experience of websites and applications.

Learning and Leadership through Technological Innovation

By Thu, Jun 10, 2010 4:18AM UTC

To say that technology is the future is old news. But the point is worth reiterating since advancement in technology is perpetual and the field is in a constant state of flux.   Learning technologies, otherwise known as the study of future learning environments, is an especially progressive area, as