Inside Online Learning

Giving college students and instructors a central spot for career tips, higher education news, and educational technology topics. Connect with our higher education expert Melissa Venable and keep on top of the latest trends and issues in online teaching and learning.

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Looking Ahead to 2017

Online Education in the News Read More Online Enrollments Continue to Increase Research conducted by multiple organizations over the past several years shows that online […]

December’s Letter from the Editor

Melissa’s December Insights Online Education in the News Read More College Completion Rates are on the Rise A new study from the National Student Clearinghouse […]

November’s Letter from the Editor

Melissa’s November Insights Online Education in the News Read More Faculty Attitudes on Technology College and university leaders are continuously faced with decisions related to […]

October’s Letter from the Editor

Trends I'm Following this Month Alternative Credentials There has been a lot of news recently about professional credentials (e.g., badges, certification, micro-credentials) as not only […]

September’s Letter from the Editor

Trends I'm Following this Month It’s All About Multimedia Innovation in online education is moving forward, and it’s not just because the technology is getting […]

August’s Letter from the Editor

Trends I'm Following this Month Augmented and Virtual Reality in Online Education Last month I was introduced to virtual reality! And my Google Cardboard viewer […]

July’s Letter from the Editor

Trends I'm Following this Month Participating, Planning … Prioritizing Once a time of rest and relaxation, the college “summer break” (if we get one at […]

Online College Preparation Tools

In the history course I taught this summer at a local community college, a student I will call Carmen struggled all semester. She had emigrated […]

10 Salient Studies on the Arts in Education

A fine arts education — including music, theater, drawing, painting, or sculpture — whether in practice or theory, has been a part of any well-rounded […]

Online Education and the G.I. BIll

September 11, 2001 will be marked by historians as a watershed event in American history, for many reasons.  One reason, though hardly the most important, […]

50 Important Links for Common Core Educators

Educators across the nation are working hard this summer to begin developing updated curricula that will fit into the new Common Core State Standards, which […]

May’s Letter From the Editor

Trends I'm Following this Month the open education movement is going strong Open Education Week is an annual event coordinated by the Open Education Consortium. […]

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