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Digital Transformation Signals: Is Your Institution on the Journey?

by Malcolm Brown, Betsy Reinitz and Karen Wetzel, EDUCAUSE Review Digital transformation is a journey, not a destination. The digital transformation signals listed in this […]

Improving Online Teaching Through Training and Support

Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology At Hawaii’s Kapi’olani Community College on the island of Oahu, a growing demand for online courses sparked a need for more […]

Veterans say non-degree credentials pay off

BY LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News A survey of more than 30,000 military veterans shows that they value non-degree credentials–here are 4 ways to better recognize […]

Some College, No Degree: A 2019 Snapshot for the Nation and 50 States

National Student Clearinghouse In the United States, approximately two million people each year enter postsecondary education for the first time. Eight years later, one-third of those who […]

Career Change Is the New Normal: How Does eLearning Help?

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals born in the latter years of the baby boom era (1957-1964) change their […]

Udacity will offer 100,000 free programming classes as part of the ‘Pledge to America’s Workers’

Jonathan Shieber, Tech Crunch Under the leadership of newly minted chief executive Gabe Dalporto, Udacity is committing to giving away free introductory technology training classes […]

The Significance of eLearning in The Modern World

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate The growing trend of digital learning is benefitting society in many different ways. The widespread enrolment in online courses is contributing […]

Survey of college professors shows resistance to online learning

Spencer Irvine, Academia Inside Higher Ed published its 2019 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology, jointly conducted with Gallup. The survey discovered that there was […]

Emphasis of AI in Education in China: ‘AI+’: The core of future online education?

By Mathew Wong, China.org Computer-based teaching, in fact, is not new in China, particularly in cities where each classroom has been facilitated with at least […]

Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here

Automated, AI-powered software and applications already help learners around the world gain knowledge without the help of another human. In fewer cases, developers have deployed […]

Sponge Joins Forces To Power Up Digital Learning

Award-winning custom digital learning company, Sponge has been acquired by Aliter Capital as part of a deal to establish a major new force in the […]

Top Ways Leaders Can Learn The Art Of Giving Positive Feedback

If you are leading a company, but you are unable to play your leadership role influentially owing to the lack of skills required for active […]

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