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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3 ways to boost applications and enrollment

Lauren Goldenberg, eCampus News It’s no secret: 2020 was a tough year on application and enrollment for schools, academies, colleges, and universities. The pandemic changed […]

Online learning should change the way that exams work

Linda Rowan and Fiona Murray, University World News Recent reports of University of Auckland students allegedly cheating in online exams highlighted the potential for dishonesty […]

HE institutional autonomy is under siege across the world

Judith Eaton and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, University World News We came together because, in our view, we are witnessing a disturbing strengthening of the forces that […]

When you can’t get to college, bring college to you

Tonya Drake – The Herald   A recent study from Strada, Center for Education Consumer Insights, indicates those who experienced a work change during the […]

Online education: preparing the workforce of the future

REBECCA L. WATTS,  Baltimore Sun Local industries, ranging from health care to information technology, all require a qualified and skilled workforce to maintain and continuously […]

4 BENEFITS OF GAMIFICATION IN THE ONLINE CLASSROOM

eLearning Inside According to the 2019 Evolution of Entertainment study, 73 percent of Americans aged two or older play video games every day.  As a […]

Student Voices: The future is hybrid in higher education

Lovina Andersen, Seattle Times To understand what works and what doesn’t with hybrid education, I surveyed 41 college peers last November on whether they preferred […]

3 reasons college students need leadership training

eCampus News Students often hear professors quote Shakespeare: “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Well, no offense to […]

Bridging the Digital Gap Through Technology Innovation

Mordecai I. Brownlee, Lou Pugliese, Greg Smith and Mohammad Haque; Campus Technology Investors poured a record-breaking $2.2 billion in U.S. ed tech in 2020, appropriately […]

How higher ed is becoming more resilient

Nicole Engelbert, eCampus News Prioritizing certain steps, such as preparing for an innovative future, will help higher ed survive the curveball from COVID-19. The past year […]

From Virtual Spectator to Participant: Engaging Students in Synchronous Online Learning Activities

Meigan Robb, Faculty Focus Keeping students engaged in online courses takes careful consideration. Technology options are available to help create a virtual learning environment that […]

‘Blended learning has the potential to meet the challenges in nurse education’

FIONA CUST, Nursing Times Online can offer a very rich virtual workspace in which interactions can occur among students in real time or through discussion […]

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