Notes in the Margins: Speech codes, corporate learning and the skills gap

Students and scholars in tweet harmony How to align expectations in the social media age (Times Higher Education)

With So Many Job Openings, Why So Little Hiring? What explains the yawning gap between jobs open and jobs filled? (Bloomberg)

How MOOCs Will Revolutionize Corporate Learning And Development Three MOOC elements are particularly well-suited to corporate learning & development. (Forbes)

Speech Codes: Alive and Well, 10 Years Later Sadly, at the overwhelming majority of American colleges, speech codes still remain the rule, not the exception. (The Huffington Post)

Duncan pledges more help for parents seeking federal college loans The Education Department is taking new steps to help parents obtain federal college loans if their applications are rejected because of minor problems in their credit history — an effort to address complaints about tighter lending standards that has hurt enrollment at historically black colleges and universities. (The Washington Post)