Inside this issue
• Does putting course materials on portable devices really add value?
• In praise of whistleblowers
• The web redraws geographical boundaries - -
A mix of online and face-to-face teaching is becoming popular but it rarely reduces costs, writes Della Bradshaw
School aims at broad spectrum, writes Rebecca Knight
Does putting course materials on portable devices really add value, asks Charlotte Clarke
Do employers value online MBAs as highly as programmes taught face-to-face?
People with the courage to speak out have made the world a better place, says John Board, dean of Henley Business School
The course is run by a consortium from several countries, writes Wai Kwen Chan
Executive education is adapting to an era of austerity, writes Wai Kwen Chan
From MBAs to social networking, foreign languages open doors, writes Stephen Hoare
Laptops are being edged out for a variety of reasons, says Tim Bradshaw
Schools seem keen to replicate the classroom experience, writes Charlotte Clarke