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Uganda’s First Private Online University Kicks Off Fundraising Campaign

The Virtual University of Uganda, which bills itself as Sub-Saharan Africa’s first exclusively online private postsecondary institution, has launched a new fundraising campaign. Their ambitious […]

2019 Gallup Report Reaffirms WGU’s Commitment to Students

Once again, the Gallup-Western Governors University (WGU) survey has concluded that the online university, now operating in seven states and one district, is delivering on […]

The Virtual High School Announces Above-Average AP Exam Pass Rates

The Virtual High School, a non-profit begun by a Department of Education technology grant in 1996, announced on Monday that students who take their online […]

C3.ai Offers Free Masters of Computer Science to Employees

On June 5, C3.ai, a top-ranked AI software provider, launched an innovative new workplace training initiative: a tuition-free master of computer science in data science. The […]

Reboot Report Compares International Use of Devices in Class with Educational Outcomes

Many K-12 edtech initiatives have a very specific stated purpose: put a device in every learners’ hands. Whether its personal computers or mobile tablets, researchers […]

UC Berkeley Offers Online Media Training

Most academics never become famous, but from time to time, they are asked to share their perspectives and research with the general public. The problem […]

Working Paper Finds Online Credit Recovery Courses Lead to Higher Graduation Rates, But There’s a Catch

Spurred largely by aspects of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), the use of online credit recovery courses has exploded in many U.S. districts. Provided mostly […]

Embodied Labs Debuts Immersive Dementia and Parkinson’s Disease VR Simulation

The saying goes, ‘to truly know someone, walk a mile in his or her shoes.’ This outlook is behind the offerings from Embodied Labs, an […]

NEPC’s Study, Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2019, Raises Concerns

On May 28th, the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) released a new report on virtual schools. Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2019 confirms that interest […]

Study Advocates for Technopedagogy: Considerate, Informed Use of Technology in Classroom Assignments

Most educators and academics involved in researching education technology no longer ask questions regarding whether or not online learning ‘works.’ Instead, their practices and research […]

Public Universities Bank on Distance Learning and Emerging Markets to Offset Enrollment Declines

Will emerging markets offset the North American college enrollment decline? That’s the question numerous institutions are currently asking. A new report out from Technavio provides […]

Corporate Microlearning in 2019

Among the most-read articles on this site last year were two articles about microlearning, including Microlearning Essentials: The What and Why and Corporate Microlearning Examples: […]

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