Professional, Continuing and Online Learning Update

NOTE: this is Ray Schroeder who for the past 20 some years has published the Online Learning Update from the University of Illinois Springfield (currently ranked at #12). After 44 years at UIS, I am phasing out my appointment and consolidating my blogs. I will suspend the Online Learning Update on July 15 and refer readers/subscribers to the UPCEA Professional, Continuing and Online Education blog; I will publish the same content to a larger audience at this blog. (end NOTE) The UPCEA Professional, Continuing and Online Education provides a daily chronicle of the development of the technology, pedagogy and practice of professional, continuing and online higher education. It is an continuation of the Online Learning Update blog published for more than 20 years by Professor Emeritus Ray Schroeder. Now a Senior Fellow at the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), Ray will continue the same curated reading publications at this site.

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Posts by Professional, Continuing and Online Learning Update

What dropping undergraduate enrollment means for colleges - Alexandra Ossola, Quartz

Undergraduate enrollment continued to fall in 2021, according to a report by education nonprofit National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC.) The research, published in November, […]

Why Mission — Not Money — Will Lead Colleges to Truly Innovative Online Learning - Emily Ravenwood, EdSurge

Once we stop allowing higher enrollment to be the driving force behind online programs, what do we let drive development? I would argue that we […]

Michigan Universities Partner with Uwill to Expand Mental Health Support for Students - Kristal Kuykendall, Campus Technology

The Michigan Association of State Universities has announced a partnership with Uwill, a teletherapy solution specifically designed for students, to provide on-demand counseling services to […]

Why New York City is cracking down on AI in hiring - Nicol Turner Lee and Samantha Lai, Brookings Institution

The New York City Council voted 38-4 on November 10, 2021 to pass a bill that would require hiring vendors to conduct annual bias audits […]

3 pivotal post-COVID changes institutions will navigate - Tim Eades, eCampus News

Long after the pandemic ends, its effects will linger. No business operation or organization will be left unchanged. The significant demographic shifts, student preference swings, […]

A Decade of MOOCs: A Review of Stats and Trends for Large-Scale Online Courses in 2021 - Dhawal Shah, EdSurge

In 2021, two of the biggest MOOC providers had an “exit” event. Coursera went public, while edX was acquired by the public company 2U for […]

Trends Driving Innovation for Higher Education in 2022 - Annie Galvin Teich, Fierce Education

Like many, Head of Education at Google Cloud Steven Butschi views the pandemic as a catalyst for institutional change and shared his observations about the […]

Migration to Digital Classrooms Should Re-Spark Learning Analytics - Raj Kaji and Shalini Sealey, Fierce Education

As it turns out, this work of analyzing the data can also be difficult, time-, people- and resource-intensive. The mass migration to digital classrooms, however, […]

UPCEA and the University of Wisconsin–Madison to Partner on Distance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) Conferences

The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) and the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW–Madison) announced today they will partner on UW–Madison’s annual Distance Teaching & […]

Internet2: Extending Identity and Access Around the Globe with InCommon - A Q&A with Ann West and Kevin Morooney, Campus Technology

During its 25th anniversary year we've been looking back at the evolution of Internet2, highlighting its technological advancements and the vibrant community at its heart. […]

Washington State Partners with Amazon to Train, Certify High-Schoolers in Cloud Computing - Kristal Kuykendall, THE Journal

Washington public schools are partnering with Amazon Web Services in a statewide program to train and certify 2,500 high school students in cloud computing over […]

‘The Great Resignation’ Misses the Point - Kathryn Hymes, Wired

We are in the midst of massive change and it’s essential that we continue to understand and describe it, rather than grasping for a single, […]

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