Monthly Archives: September 2009

Harvard Extension is Now 100 Years Old!

If you want a good primer on what HES is all about, give this article a read: Turning a Chipper 100 It’s a shame that HES doesn’t get more attention.  It serves a very important and worthy purpose in the … Continue reading

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Distance Education and the Harvard Experience: A Response to Critics

I’ve had a chance to read both Harvard Extension Dean Michael Shinagel’s book The Gates Unbarred as well as Ian Lamont’s review of it.  I agree with a lot of what Ian has to say about the book, but on … Continue reading

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I’m Done (Part II)

First, I’m going to apologize for taking so long to write this up.  Things have been crazy for a while in my life.  For one thing, it’s felt very good to be done with school.  I’ve been catching up on … Continue reading

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