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Triple Accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA) beyond business schools

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As you may know that the Bradford University School of Management is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accredited. This triple accreditation is an effort to determine what programs do a good job of incorporating sustainability-related information, activities (student groups, internships, etc.) and research into their grad-level Business school undertakings. However, it is currently limited to the business faculties of universities. The writer espouses that other schools like med schools, law schools and teacher preparation can also adopt a similar model of recognition.

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Chunk Content for e-learning

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Chunking refers to the strategy of making a more efficient use of our short-term memory by organizing and grouping various pieces of information together. When information is chunked into groups, the brain can process them easier and faster, because our working memory can hold a limited amount of data at the same time.

STEL Preview Session on 22 Jan 2014 (Wed), 7pm

Online registration for STEL Preview Session

Date      : 22 Jan 2014 (Wednesday)
Time      : 7pm
Venue    : LT-A501, Block A MDIS Campus 501 Stirling Road (Near Queenstown MRT)

žApplication for the MSc CIS and CF are now open and we are accepting applications for 2014.

žFor more information or one-to-one consultation, call us at 6247 9111 / 6372 1000 or email etc@mdis.edu.sg.

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Tech Trends in HR for 2014

  1. Big Data Lets New Jobs Find You Before You Even Know You’re Looking
    Companies thread through your LinkedIn profile, Twitter feeds and Facebook posts, and also your contributions in professional membership sites related to your job to determine if you are the right fit.
  2. Mobile Apps Are the New Job-Search Frontier
    Prospective employees are using their mobile apps to search for jobs.
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Be heroes of computer crimes as Cyber investigators!

Do you want a career as a cyber investigator of computer crimes? Then you may need a Masters in Computer forensics to help you ensure the overall integrity and durability of the network infrastructure of your company.

Computer forensics is the application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather evidence from a computing device in a way that preserves the integrity of the evidence for use in a legal case. The goal of computer forensics is to perform a methodical investigation while retaining a documented chain of proof to find out exactly what happened on a computing device and who was responsible for it.

Today, it is used to investigate a wide variety of crimes including child pornography, fraud, espionage, cyber stalking, murder and rape.