Online Learning Update

Daily updates of news, research and trends in online learning. Curated by Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor of Online Education at the University of Illinois Springfield.

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Medical schools should know about these online teaching resources

Tmothy M. Smith, AMA In the wake of COVID-19, the need for high-quality e-learning resources for undergraduate medical education accelerated as instructors and medical students […]

Accessibility Gains Must Become Lasting Learning Practices

Raghu Krishnaiah and Kelly Hermann, Inside Higher Ed We must broaden our focus to create inclusive learning environments that recognize and remove barriers, creating a […]

Blended learning is brighter, broader, and here to stay

Dana Corey, eCampus News With COVID-19 vaccines successfully rolling out to larger percentages of the population, a majority of colleges and universities will be bringing […]

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Dear Readers — Thank you for your loyal support of this curated reading blog. I have been publishing this from UIS on a variety of […]

Whatever Happened to Those Student Lawsuits and Strikes Over Tuition?

Nadia Tamez-Robledo, EdSurge One running list documented 240 tuition refund lawsuits filed last year. But judges are ruling that students don’t have a leg to […]

Need Of Data Privacy In The Age Of Online Learning

Sunint Nandi, Business World Online learning has become a dominant means of providing knowledge to people of all age groups, rather than becoming a standalone […]

The new world of work: You plus AI

Igor Ikonnikov, Venture Beat Emerging technologies meet both advocates and resistance as users weigh the potential benefits with the potential risks. To successfully implement new […]

Business partnerships with community colleges help funnel workers into jobs

Olivia Sanchez, Washington Post Mesa Community College’s partnership with Boeing is one of several models that could be replicated if a bipartisan bill to help […]

IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding Ray’s blogs

Dear Readers — Thank you for your loyal support of this curated reading blog. I have been publishing this from UIS on a variety of […]

Admission by lottery: A proposal to reimagine college acceptance

Andy Uhler and Erika Soderstrom, MarketPlace Over the years, Michael Sandel, a political philosophy professor at Harvard University, noticed a shift in his students. He […]

New Research Center Aims to Address Inequities in Online Learning in College

SRI Interenational The U.S Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences has awarded $10 million to SRI Education and the Community College Research Center (CCRC) […]

Increasing Student Engagement During Synchronous Online Classes

Neria Sebastien, Faculty Focus Online classes can present barriers to traditional student engagement and learning, amplified by the actual distance between the learners, their peers, […]

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