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  1. Jul 2022
  2. May 2021
  3. Jun 2019
    1. Every school with master’s degrees is at some stage of process in moving these programs online. Save for a very small number of elite programs, the model of full-time residential master’s is in decline. The question appears to be not if master's programs will move online, but how they will do so.

      Implications for libraries...

  4. Nov 2018
    1. This article uses librarians at graduate institutions to study the effect of a professional development program. The instruction was designed to teach adult learning theory. The article includes the instruction and assessment of the program.


  5. Aug 2018
    1. At the graduate professional education level, however, many universities seem to forget that we are in the relationship business and behave as if we are simple content/knowledge providers

      This is consonant with my experience.

  6. Jul 2015
    1. All available evidence suggests that over 60% of new Ph.D.s in science in the United States will not have careers in academic research, yet graduate training in science has followed the same basic format for almost 100 years, heavily focused on producing academic researchers.

      Would be nice to be able to track down this reference, because this is a rather startling statistic. Although I suppose that in any highly competitive field, e.g., acting, sports, the percentages of those actually pursuing what they were trained for might be even lower?