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New annotations tool for professors and students
The Financial Times today announces the launch of MBA Newslines, an annotations tool on FT.com for Master of Business Administration (MBA) professors and students. MBA Newslines enables faculty members to easily integrate FT news into their course programs, thereby connecting current events with course principles and helping students to better understand different business cultures.
With MBA Newslines, professors can comment on any FT.com article and share notes with students, so they can explain the implications of news stories, start class discussions and build case study materials. Features of the service include:
Caspar de Bono, managing director of FT Business, said: “This is a practical way of bringing an international perspective into the curriculum at a time when global issues are of increasing importance to schools, students and employers. FT.com brings world business to one place and this annotation service enables faculty and students to share their different perspectives as part of that community.”
Visit mbanewslines.ft.com for more information.
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