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Quantitative Finance Collector is a blog on Quantitative finance analysis, financial engineering methods in mathematical finance focusing on derivative pricing, quantitative trading and quantitative risk management. Random thoughts on financial markets and personal staff are posted at the sub personal blog.

May 16
Shortly after the internet explosion of the 1990s, technology was immediately integrated into the classrooms. Technology, even though symbolizes advancement in human knowledge, was seen as a setback by many educators. Many efforts have been established to help educators realize the benefits of technology and ways of implementing them in the classroom. This advancement created a constantly expanding gap between the student’s perception on the use of technology within the learning atmosphere, and the teacher’s perception and limitations.


Via: DeVry University
Nov 29
Earning a degree if you are busy at your current job or your family becomes easier than before, thanks to the rapid development of technology. The time, distance and financial constraints of higher education have all but disappeared with the arrival of distance learning via telecommunications and online technology. If you're already in the workforce but would like to earn a degree, then you have many choices to make online. Some people take naively that getting an inline college degree is as simple as playing online games, it is NOT true, indeed the online college students are not as lazy as you thought. Below is an infographic telling you the truth about online college students, you will realize they are working as hard as normal college students, if not harder.


Via: GetARealDegree.Com
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