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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Have universities learned how to be ready for a crisis?

Nita Temmerman, University World News The traditional and continuing main functions of universities are to teach and to research and, in so doing, to meet […]

Who is ‘best in class’ for HE digital transformation?

Nic Mitchell, University World News The best in class for the digital transformation of higher education take a holistic approach, covering everything from student recruitment […]

Bridging the educational divide with tech skilling

JACKY WRIGHT, eCampus News Digital competencies will be essential for students’ future success as workers–here’s why tech skilling is critical. Closing the educational divide and the […]

7 questions–and answers–about copyright during online learning

BY ROY KAUFMAN, eSchool News In determining whether to apply fair use to an infringement, the courts look at four factors set out in the […]

Students adapt to taking online classes with a roommate

Maya Morita, Athens Post Students living in residence halls this semester are having to adapt to doing online classes while in the same room as […]

Effective online course design starts with people

MICHAEL ATKINSON, eSchool News Often, success lies on a narrow path. It starts with the emotional intelligence to examine multiple points of view. For example, […]

For colleges, $7B in federal broadband aid highlights extent of digital divide

Daniele McClean, Higher Ed Dive Institutional leaders fear the lack of access is widening higher education’s class divide and forcing students to drop out or […]

2021’s Most & Least Educated States in America

Adam McCann, Wallet Hub College opens doors to more career opportunities, higher earnings and new social connections, among other benefits. But how much schooling one […]

It is time to restore the US Office of Technology Assessment

Darrell M. West, Brookings Institution The past several decades have seen digital technologies revolutionize a number of different sectors. Advances such as artificial intelligence, machine […]

Colleges Vowed a Safer Spring. Then Students, and Variants, Arrived.

Stephanie Saul and Shawn Hubler, NY Times With nearly a year of coronavirus experience behind them, leaders at Michigan and other U.S. universities ushered in […]

First it was Agile software development, now Agile management is remaking the workplace

Mark Samuels, ZDNet Mark Evans, managing director of marketing and digital at insurer Direct Line, says the key to effective Agile management is what’s known […]

Data Privacy Day 2021 Outreach: Six Words about Privacy

Svetla Sytch, EDUCAUSE Review They debuted Six Words on Cybersecurity at UCSD and Six Words about Privacy at U-M, inviting members of their campus communities […]

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