Management and Strategy Issues in Digital Higher Education

Short Essays on Strategy and Innovation in Online Higher Education

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University Rankings & Instructional Quality in Online Higher Ed

Great moments like these in the history of university rankings underscore the importance of an institution’s overall reputation on everything it does, what Brewer et […]

The End of College: Q&A with Kevin Carey

Kevin Carey is an American higher education writer and policy analyst. He is serving as Director of the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation, […]

University of the People as Disruptive Innovation

Founded in 2009, University of the People (“UoPeople”) holds the distinction of being the first tuition-free, non-profit online university. To date, UoPeople has admitted more than 2000 students from […]

Sharing What Works in Online Higher Education (2 of 2)

One of the key characteristics that distinguishes faster growing, more scalable, and increasingly high-quality online universities (described in “The Growing Chasm”) is the systematic use […]

Scale in Online Higher Education

The concept of the "Long Tail" provides a way to approach to the issue of commonality in digital instructional content.

Podcast Interview on “Meet Education”

Nick Di Nardo, host of “Meet Education” interviews Dr. Keith Hampson of Acrobatiq. Filed under: Business Models, Instructional Strategy

It’s About Potential

What strikes me as odd about these debates, other than the tendency to ignore evidence about the effectiveness of online learning, is the tendency of […]

Online Consortia: Course Sharing (Part of a Series)

The logic of building collaborations is infallible: joining forces can potentially bring down costs, reduce risk, stimulate innovation, ward off competition and more. But there […]

Hand-Picked Selections> Week of September 08 2014

“Worth Reading” is a hand-picked weekly collection of new, not-so-new articles and downright old ideas, events and other items for higher education professionals. 1 UMUC: […]

Teaching a Child to Ride a Bike via Lecture

Well done. A great (because it’s simple) explanation of active learning techniques. Filed under: Inspiration, Instructional Strategy

Taking Course Design Seriously (Finally)

When I first entered the field of online education back in 1997, the first 56.6 kps modems were appearing in homes. Most institutions had no […]

Consortia as a Driver of Innovation

In the late 90s — during the “early years” of online higher education — many colleges and universities didn’t have the internal resources required to […]

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