eLearning News

Online Learning Is Evolving to Finally Put Community First - Greg Smith, Entrepreneur

From static and solitary, online learning is evolving to a more dynamic future: one that starts with genuine connection. Between 2019 and 2021, the industry […]

Teaching Computational Thinking Essential for Future College Students - Annie Galvin Teich, Fierce Education

Computational thinking skills are growing in importance in information processing tasks, especially for college students. By applying a four-step model of problem solving, students learn […]

Ed Department proposes tightening 90/10 rule and monitoring nonprofit conversions - Natalie Schwartz, Higher Ed Dive

The regulatory proposal would alter the 90/10 rule, which requires for-profit colleges to obtain at least 10% of their revenue from sources other than Title […]

Congress Eyes Income-Share Agreement Reform, Again - Meghan Brink, Inside Higher Ed

The bipartisan bill would create new guardrails for income-share agreements used in higher education programs and is supported by ISA providers. Critics, however, view ISAs […]

Top Talent -- No Degree or Experience Required - Kelly Main, Inc.

With programs such as the Google Project Management Certificate, an online and self-paced professional certificate course that's available for free through Coursera, Google is abolishing […]

Chief online officers predict shift to hybrid education by 2025, survey finds - Natalie Schwartz, Higher Ed Dive

A majority of surveyed chief online officers predict the undergraduate experience will feature at least some online elements by 2025, according to the CHLOE 7 […]

Cyber Insurance Price Hike Hits Local Governments Hard - Jenni Bergal, Stateline.org

Across the United States, many local governments and states — as well as private companies — are discovering their cyber insurance premiums have skyrocketed and […]

Coursera reports revenue declines in degree business - Natalie Schwartz, Higher Ed Dive

Although Coursera reported overall revenue growth in 2022’s second quarter, revenue from the company’s degree segment declined 4% to $11.4 million, according to its latest […]

Online Learning Impacting the Carbon Footprint - Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed

Climate change is heating up -- perhaps online learning is part of the solution.  Certainly, not all of the campus utilities savings during campus closures […]

Public trust in colleges lags among Gen Z - Laura Spitalniak, Higher Ed Dive

Universities and colleges will need to strengthen trust among young adults to grow enrollments and endowments, argues a new report from Morning Consult, a decision […]

College in the Metaverse Is Here. Is Higher Ed Ready? - Susan D'Agostino, Inside Higher Ed

This fall, students at 10 universities, including Morehouse College and New Mexico State University, will attend metaversities—a portmanteau of “metaverse” and “universities”—such as the one […]

Depression and anxiety among online learning students during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional survey in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Luísa Pelucio, et al; BMC Psychology

Most of the participants reported emotional impact, followed by learning impact, financial impact, social impact, and technological impact, with a significant difference in the presence […]

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