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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Turning Remote Education Into Online Education This Fall

Elizabeth Johnson, Inside Higher Ed Most colleges and universities quickly pivoted to remote instruction after COVID-19 forced suspension of on-campus activities. Academic leaders and faculty […]

After the Pandemic: Prepare to Emerge More Resilient and Responsive

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed Worldwide, the higher education challenges are the same: to become more resilient to disruption by disasters and more responsive to […]

After the Pandemic: Prepare to Emerge More Resilient and Responsive

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed Worldwide, the higher education challenges are the same: to become more resilient to disruption by disasters and more responsive to […]

After the Pandemic: Prepare to Emerge More Resilient and Responsive

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed Worldwide, the higher education challenges are the same: to become more resilient to disruption by disasters and more responsive to […]

Online learning, now at an all-time high, signals a new future for education

Hope Reese, Tech Republic COVID-19 has brought schools and workplaces online. Here’s what the transition means for the future of MOOCS. The coronavirus pandemic is radically […]

Universities beware: shifting classes online so quickly is a double-edged sword

Shreya Atrey, the Guardian Several problems have already emerged. Online teaching needs more than just the basics. Lecturers need access to a computer that supports […]

Online learning just as effective for STEM students: study

Technology Decisions The Cornell University study, titled ‘Online Education Platforms Scale College STEM Instruction With Equivalent Outcomes at Lower Cost’, tracked more than 300 students […]

China pivot towards Europe in HE, research ties expected

Yojana Sharma, University World News The COVID-19 crisis and pre-existing China-United States tensions exacerbated during the pandemic will mean a rebalancing of cross-border academic relations, […]

International students still open to starting year online

Brendan O’Malley, University World News Some 72% of prospective international students remain open to starting their studies in the United Kingdom this academic year, even […]

A Post-Pandemic Strategy for U.S. Higher Ed

Vijay Govindarajan and Anup Srivastava, Harvard Business Review University leaders must use what they are learning in crisis now to position their institutions for greatest […]

Postsecondary learning online

Globe and Mail Webinar The event, presented in partnership with Athabasca University, covered issues such as the quality of online learning compared to in-person approaches, […]

Guild Education aims to connect furloughed workers with new opportunities

Aman Kidwai, Education Dive In partnership with Guild Education, a group of major U.S. employers is working together to help laid-off workers gain new skills […]

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