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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When looking for a new job, there are certain things you’ll need to know

Mashable When you’re looking for a new job, there are certain skills you’ll need just to get noticed. We recommend taking an online course to […]

Now, more than half of Americans are millennials or younger

William H. Frey, Brookings Institution To many Americans—especially baby boomers themselves—this news may come as a shock. For them, the term “millennial” has been associated […]

Work-study jobs may be remote, in-person or rescinded entirely this fall depending on colleges’ policies.

By Emma Kerr, U.S. News & World Report Students who rely on part-time jobs funded by the federal work-study program to pay for college may see […]

DePaul interim provost discusses fall quarter, online learning at virtual seminar

Nika Schoonover, DePaulia Ghanem spoke first, discussing the steps DePaul took at the start of the pandemic and what precautions they plan to take. She […]

Visualizing Vulnerable Jobs Across America

Brookings Institution A product of the Brookings Workforce of the Future initiative, this interactive database searches information from 380 metropolitan statistical areas.  Fields allow you […]

Most fall classes will be online. What about courses that can’t be?

Joe Brandt, NBC10 Some college classes may not offer as many courses this fall if conditions change with the coronavirus pandemic. It’ll depend on whether […]

Faculty work to improve online class delivery for fall semester

By Duncan Slade, Daily Athenaeum – West Virginia University In May, faculty knew fall classes were quickly approaching and would include some level of remote instruction. […]

Ransomware: Your biggest security headache refuses to go away

Steve Ranger, ZDNet Ransomware has been around for more than three decades, so it’s hardly an unexpected threat. And yet, organisations large and small are […]

Minerva: How to Go to College During a Pandemic

Frank Bruni, NY Times Students at Minerva spend four years entirely online. Is this the future of higher education?  Minerva drew attention at the outset, because […]

Higher-ed is digitized–now, let’s modernize it

BY SAAD EL YAMANI, eCampus News Thanks to the hard work of faculty and the dedication of students, college campuses are hotbeds for innovation and […]

When Learning Becomes Leading, Leading Becomes Learning

Mary Grush, Campus Technology At Georgia State University, students learn not only the technical competencies deemed necessary for “digital literacy”; they learn how to pair […]

Community Colleges shifting toward more career and technical education

Matthew Dembicki, CC Daily Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, El Paso Community College (EPCC) in Texas was already shifting from being primarily an academic transfer […]

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