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

The demand for online education is still growing, so how can we meet it? - LeRoy Hill, Times Higher Education

Since the pandemic, centres for excellence in teaching and learning (CETLs) have played an ever more critical role in supporting higher education institutions to manage […]

Online learning potential highest in emerging markets — IFC - Keisha B. Ta-asan, Business World

The IFC said that further investment in technology and innovation for online learning may provide quality education, not only for high-income learners, but to marginalized […]

Learning With AI a new online resource - Margaret Nagel, U Maine News

The University of Maine has launched Learning With AI, an initiative to help faculty and students adapt to an educational landscape transformed by generative AI […]

How AI will revolutionize the practice of law - John Villasenor, Brookings

Law firms that effectively leverage emerging AI technologies will be able to offer services at lower cost, higher efficiency, and with higher odds of favorable […]

Calbright doubles enrollment in a year, passes 2,000 student mark - Laura Spitalniak, Education Dive

But after the online California community college’s rocky launch, the latest milestone left critics unimpressed. Calbright doubles enrollment in a year, passes 2,000 student mark. […]

What Students Want (and Don’t) From Their Professors - Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed

The latest Student Voice survey reveals perceived barriers to academic success and the top actions students think professors should take. Mixing up teaching styles and […]

ChatGPT vs. Bing Chat: Which AI chatbot should you use? - Sabrina Ortiz, ZD Net

In February, Microsoft announced its integration of ChatGPT to its Bing search engine called Bing Chat. This chatbot has some major differences from ChatGPT, with […]

11 Tips to Take Your ChatGPT Prompts to the Next Level - David Nield, Wired

ChatGPT and tools like it have made AI available to the masses. We can now get all sorts of responses back on almost any topic […]

Most Americans don’t see value in a four-year college degree, new survey finds - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Higher Ed Dive

More than half of Americans do not believe a four-year college degree is worth the cost, according to a new Wall Street Journal-NORC poll released […]

Undergraduate credentials earned hit four-year low in 2021-22 academic year - Laura Spitalniak, Higher Ed Dive

Undergraduate credential earners fell by 1.6% in the 2021-2022 academic year, a loss of 58,800 students, according to a new report from the National Student […]

Systematic Reviews of Research on Online Learning: An Introductory Look and Review - Florence Martin, Vanessa P. Dennen, Curtis J. Bonk, Online Learning Journal Vol. 27 No. 1

This special issue features seven systematic reviews and two scoping reviews.To foster a better understanding of the state of online learning research, we have structured […]

Seven steps for successfully introducing adaptive learning - Times Higher Education

Personalising a student’s learning is a complex enough task at the best of times, but when large groups of students are involved it becomes even […]

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