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University discovers how to bring expensive on-campus resources to online students

BY GREG SMITH, eCampus News UMUC is the largest online public university in the United States, celebrating our 70th year of serving adult students in […]

What does voice search mean for your local SEO strategy?

by Chris Camps, ClickZ Voice search is a growing trend that has been pinging the radars of savvy search marketers for the last few years. […]

Udacity re-launches its Intro to Programming Nanodegree

by DQ India Udacity has announced the relaunch of its Intro to Programming Nanodegree. The programme designed to provide effective and engaging content to students […]

Signs of a Ceiling in Online Ed Market?

By Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed A new survey of online education administrators at 104 colleges and universities released today shows — as other studies […]

UMKC Students Haggled into Online Learning

By Madison Noordhoek, UMKC Are technological resources in the classroom a student’s best friend, or worst enemy? While universities like UMKC grant students the convenience […]

Diane von Furstenberg to teach online course on how to build a fashion brand

by Andrew Nodell, LA Times Diane von Furstenberg became the person she wanted to be and now she hopes to teach others how to do […]

Lebanon Valley president argues liberal arts education still valuable in changing world

by Pat Donachie, Education dive Some argue a traditional liberal arts education is outdated and “smaller bites” of learning are preferable, but it is a […]

Chicago Public Library Recognized for Digital Leadership

by Maya Miller, Chicago Tonight When it comes to innovation in digital learning, Chicago is getting noticed. A program developed by the Chicago Public Library […]

Justice by algorithm: AI predicts the results of Supreme Court trials better than a human

by Shivali Best, Daily Mail The algorithm was developed by researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, and South Texas College of Law.They […]

Trump budget seeks huge cuts to science and medical research, disease prevention

By Joel Achenbach and Lena H. Sun, Washington Post President Trump’s 2018 budget request, delivered to Congress on Tuesday with the title “A New Foundation […]

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Allison Miller is a regular contributor to eWorks’ blog who is passionate about engaging learners, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to […]

Why Universities Continue to Invest in MOOCs

You can now take courses for free from some of the world’s top-ranked universities. Whether you’re searching for a course in biochemistry, book history or […]