Ladies Learning Code on a mission

by Halifax Citizen The organization has spread to more than 22 cities across the country in aims of improving national digital literacy. Ladies Learning Code […]

New Frontiers in Cyber Security: Locomotives without Wheels, Moats, Deep Learning at the Edge

by Doug Black, Enterprise Tech Industry analyst Bob Sorensen recently told us something most IT managers already know deep in their apprehensive hearts: cyber security […]

80% drop in per student support for higher ed in Illlinois skews national figures

by Rick Seltzer, Inside Higher Ed Support for public higher education rose in 33 states and declined in 17 in 2016 — including a massive […]

California State University System Streamlines OER Adoption for Faculty and Students

By Sri Ravipati, Campus Technology The California State University (CSU) system — in a move to deliver affordable course materials to more than 50,800 faculty […]

6 ways to engage alumni using Facebook Live

BY MICHAEL ELLISON, eCampus News Launched in April 2016, Facebook Live allows the most-used social network’s users to share up to eight hours of live […]

Study: Adjuncts bring real-world experience, yet desire closer connection to the academic community

By eCampus News Cengage survey presents adjunct faculty feedback on collaboration, digital technology and professional development. A new study from Cengage finds that although adjunct […]

Saturday March for Science in Washington and around the World

By Andrew Kreighbaum, Inside Higher Ed The national march in D.C. this Saturday, along with satellite events across the country (and around the world) likely […]

Instructional Design and Technology Teams: Work Experiences and Professional Development

by the UPCEA eDesign Collaborative The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) conducted a research study in the spring of 2017 to learn more […]

Where Non-Techies Can Get with the Programming

By STEVE LOHR, NY Times When the Georgetown University Law Center offered computer programming last year, it was an experiment, a single class for about […]

Companies turn to online platforms to upskill staff

By Varuni Khosla, Prachi Verma, Brinda Dasgupta; Economic Times Ericsson is among tens of companies pushing their employees to join massive open online courses (MOOCs) […]

Thinking Small About Online Learning

By Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed Online programs can be a vehicle to highlight differentiation. What school, department, program, or area of research does your […]

The 7 Deadly Sins of Online Learning (And 7 Ways to Repent)

By Sydney Johnson, EdSurge Education technology is riddled with temptations and false promises. But if you ask Mark Brown, a professor and director of the […]