Management and Strategy Issues in Digital Higher Education

Short Essays on Strategy and Innovation in Online Higher Education

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Production Value in Online Higher Education

We can interpret the rise in production value of MOOCs as a sign of what's to come for all of online higher education, or as […]

Notes on Internet Economics and Online Higher Ed (First in Series)

:: The second piece of the series, “Internet Economics” can be found here: Scale, Economies of Scale and Online Higher Education.  The third piece of the series, […]

Notes: The Network Effect and Online Higher Education

:: The first and second instalment of this series on Internet Economics can be found here and here. :: Most people are familiar with economies […]

Scale, Economies of Scale and Online Higher Education

:: The first instalment in this series on internet economics, Internet Economics and Online Higher Education (Series Introduction), can be found here. :: The “iron triangle” […]

Online Learning at VSU: An Interview with Art Fridrich

Art Fridrich is the first Director of Distance Education at Virginia State University, where he's charged with bringing courses and programs from the classroom to […]

Parallels: The Fourth Estate, Free Content, and Online Higher Education

The rise of “free” content is shaping higher education and news journalism in similar ways, and not always for the better. :: Writers concerned with […]

The Trajectories of the Fourth Estate and Instructional Media

But the comparison to the music and news industries tends to understate the degree to which individual learners are restricted from seeking out and assembling […]

Transparency, Instructional Content, and Competition

Then . . . MOOCs happened. Suddenly, this public demonstration of an institution’s instructional practices became front page news. Not merely local news or industry […]

The Structuring of Debate: Notes on Higher Education

There is no end to the topics worth debating: rising costs in higher education (and who's to blame), identity politics, the "adjunctification" of academic labor, […]

Institutional “Fit” and Educational Technology

As more opportunities and solutions get thrust in front of academic leaders, they need to combine an understanding of instructional value with a sensitivity towards […]

How thinking outside the desk redefines higher education by Rainesford Alexandra

“It’s time to get creative about how and what we learn.”Filed under: Sector Trends

Competency-Based “Hire” Education: Interview with Dr. Michelle Weise

Dr. Michelle R. Weise is a Senior Research Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute specializing in disruptive innovation in higher education. She co-authored a book with Clayton M. Christensen about how […]

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