Behavior Change: The TRUE Goal of Training!

Behavior change isn’t as simple as stepping inside a telephone booth, taking off a pair of glasses and emerging moments later as Superman. It’s a […]

How to Create Awesome Organisational Change – The Book

Introducing my plans to put everything I’ve learned on unleashing superheroes into writing, for you! This week I share the ‘Why,’ the ‘What’ and the […]

Meet Your Blended Learning Hub Curator

Beginning a new personal learning journey is exciting and scary. It's a "choose your own story" for professional development.   In today's modern learning landscape, […]

Report: Millions of students reveal surprising online learning trends

BY MERIS STANSBURY, Campus Technology New study reveals that collaboration is still not a prevalent online learning habit; mobile phones have yet to be used […]

Synthesis and Reactions to the 2017 NMC Horizon Report

By Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed Trying to convince non-edtech academics to read and engage with this report. You don’t have time to read a […]

Should Online Courses Go Through ‘Beta Testing’? How One Provider Taps 2,500 Volunteers

By Jeffrey R. Young, EdSurge Wesley Engers has an unusual hobby: beta testing online courses from well-known colleges and universities. He doesn’t get paid, but […]

Is higher ed ready for the big edtech explosion?

BY MERIS STANSBURY, eCampus News New infographic details the causes of, and advice for, the incredible growth of college and university edtech spending over the […]

Ask 4 Questions About Accessing Online Courses on Mobile

By Jordan Friedman, US News Want to take online courses on your smartphone or tablet? In many programs, you can. For online learners constantly on […]

Check out Steppingstone Scholars’ new online course for low-income students applying to college

by The nonprofit, which provides academic enrichment programs for minority and low-income students, collaborated with Penn to launch the course on Coursera. Steppingstone Scholars, […]

New report bodes well for e-learning

by Brett Henebery, Learning and Development Professional Melbourne-based course comparison start-up, ​,​ recently surveyed over 3,000 people to gain a better understanding of what motivated […]

Consider an Online Program Designed for Working Adults

by Bradley Fuster, US News If you’re a working adult considering an online degree, choosing a program wisely can help you avoid ultimately dropping out. […]

Artificial intelligence ‘to revolutionise higher education’

by John Elmes, Times Higher Education The NMC Horizon Report: 2017 Higher Education Edition is produced by the New Media Consortium – a community of […]