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Governet Announces Mark Svorinic as New President

The Board of Directors of Governet, a web-based company that creates and implements curriculum and program management software for colleges and universities around the world, recently promoted Mark Svorinic to President, according to Jess Parker, spokesman for the Governet Board of Directors. Previously Governet’s vice president of consulting services since May 2013, Mr. Svorinic has […]


MOOCs, Mechanization, and the Modern Professor

Recently, in a course on classical political economy, my students and I discussed mechanization and its effects on employment. Having read Adam Smith’s classic text, The Wealth of Nations, we examined the productivity gains from the division of labor in his well-known pin-factory example—in which he demonstrated that workers who specialize in particular tasks outproduce […]

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New Hires Join Governet Tech Development Team To Accommodate Growing Client Base and Technology Offerings

Idaho Falls, ID, December 12, 2013—Governet is pleased to announce that several new hires will join its tech development team to accommodate a growing client base and expansion of its award-winning curriculum management program, CurricUNET Meta. Daniel Hokanson joins Governet as a Senior Software Engineer after freelancing as a programmer and developer in both public and […]


MOOCs and The Meta U Part IV: Sustainable Education

By George Tamas ~ In previous articles I have discussed the changes that online learning options such as MOOCs and MOOPs (Massive Open Online Programs) will eventually generate to transform higher education. But most of my observations related to future curriculum, program, and award/certification changes. In this article, I’d like to address a more fundamental […]

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Governet Makes CurricUSEARCH Available to California High Schools to Facilitate Statewide College Selection Process

Santa Barbara, CA—December 10, 2013—Governet announced that it is initiating a new pilot program in California to enable a limited test group of 200 high schools to access courses and degree programs via the statewide CurricUNET Meta search system, CurricUSEARCH. The CurricUSEARCH module will enable teachers and counselors to have more accurate and timely information […]


Dr. Cecil Broadnax Joins Governet to Lead CurricUNET Sales and Business Development

SANTA BARBARA, December 5, 2013—Governet is pleased to announce that Cecil Broadnax, PhD., will join its executive team as VP of Sales and Business Development to oversee marketing of its award-winning curriculum management program, CurricUNET. The former Campus Director and faculty member of the School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix, Dr. Broadnax is […]


Governet Partners with Foundation for California Community Colleges to Support Curricular Automation

SANTA BARBARA, August 14, 2013—Governet, innovators of the award-winning CurricUNET suite of curricular automation and management services, announced today that it has partnered with the Foundation for California Community Colleges (FCCC) to offer curriculum automation and management programs and services to California Community Colleges not already subscribed to CurricUNET. As part of the partnership terms, […]


Toni Becvinovski Joins Governet as Senior Project Manager of CurricUNET Meta Technical Development

SANTA BARBARA, August 13, 2013— Governet, creators of the award-winning CurricUNET suite of curriculum automation systems is pleased to announce that Toni Becvinovski has joined Governet’s technical team as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, he will oversee technical implementation of the all-new CurricUNET Meta for existing clients. “We are delighted that Toni is […]