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Think Personalized Learning is New and Innovative? Ask Audrey Watters

Personalized learning is a current catchphrase in edtech. While many companies and educational institutions now purport to offer personalized learning, however, what it actually means remains […]

Study Suggests Web-Based Patient Education Can Outperform Traditional Methods in Orthopedic Medicine

These efforts provide a real opportunity to help people understand their conditions, make informed consent, and live healthier lives. A group of researchers have recently […]

Innform Brings eLearning to the Hospitality Sector

On April 23, Seb Azzo Software based in London and co-founded by Sebastian Hefel and Michael Azzopardi announced plans to launch their new product, Innform, this […]

Microsoft Word Is Rolling Out Some New Features. But Will It Help Its Melting Popularity?

Once the king of basic operational software, Microsoft Word is not quite taking this insurgency lying down. In January of this year, the company announced […]

Walden University Grads Default on Their Federal Loans at Very Low Rates. But That’s not Why They’re Under Investigation.

Walden University has many smackings of a predatory for-profit. They take a huge amount of their total revenue from federal student loans, numerous students have […]

SelfStudy Hopes to Continue the MOOC Revolution with AI-Powered Personalized Learning

SelfStudy is a platform that uses machine learning algorithms to keep professionals up-to-date and in the know in their respective fields. On Saturday, they will […]

White Students Take More STEM Courses, Earlier

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released their 2015-2016 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) report. The government agency has […]

New Gallup Study Finds Student Satisfaction Is Above Average at WGU

Western Governors University (WGU), an online competency-based institution, continues to make inroads in higher education. A new Gallup study suggests that WGU is also doing […]

In Light of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Will Anyone Revisit Google’s Data Collection in G Suite for Education?

"Google is still doing some data collection and they’re pretty open about it. They’re collecting data for their own purposes to improve their products or […]

Bank of America and Cornell Partner to Offer Free Courses and Resources to Women Entrepreneurs

Last week, Bank of America and Cornell University announced a new partnership. The name—Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship—says it all. Via an online […]

YouTube at 13: Platform Transformed Entertainment and Education

Thirteen years ago today on April 23, 2005, YouTube’s first video, an 18-second clip known as “Me at the Zoo,” was uploaded. Since then, the […]

YouTube Realized McLuhan’s Vision of Education for the TV Generation

While most people don’t equate television and learning, in the mid-twentieth century, at least a few educators imagined that the two were an ideal match. […]