eLearning News

Working the Online Crowd: Humor and Teaching with Tech

By Joe Barnhart, Campus Technology Humor is a tough nut to crack. In the face-to-face classroom, it works great to keep the troops awake and […]

What works? Evidence-based training programs do

By Matt Parke, Working Nation Solutions tells the stories of three individuals whose lives were changed by the non-profit organization Per Scholas and a manufacturing […]

With Its Model Under the Gun, an Online-Education Leader Makes the Case for Mentors

By Goldie Blumenstyk, Chronicle of Higher Ed Scott Pulsipher, president of Western Governors U.: The inspector general’s report looked only at how the university’s teaching […]

OPM Companies Should Think Like an Industry

By Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed While I am an online learning evangelist, I am also an OPM industry critic. To Pearson’s credit, it is my […]

The Price of the future

ByDuke Chronicle Editorial Board On Sunday, the Editorial Board held an hour-long interview with President Price. President Price also spoke potently about the future of the […]

Digital learning can make high-quality education more affordable and efficient, according to case studies

by Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed Authors of a study say their work supports that view. “Making Digital Learning Work,” a wide-ranging new report from […]

An Insider’s Guide to Generation Z and Higher Education 2018

by Kelsey Dombrosky, Brett Templeton, Jim Fong, UPCEA Center for Research and Strategy Generation Z remains a mystery for us, as well as business and […]

How Indian River State College uses analytics to close the online-residential achievement gap

by Shalina Chatlani, Education Dive Since launching its virtual campus in 2013, Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, Florida, has tapped into Blackboard’s data […]

Don’t Forget, Instructional Design Is About Problem Solving

by Camille Dickson-Deane and Tutaleni Asino, EDUCAUSE Review In this blog we offer a quick refresher on the origins of instructional design, which is especially […]

Think Personalized Learning is New and Innovative? Ask Audrey Watters

Personalized learning is a current catchphrase in edtech. While many companies and educational institutions now purport to offer personalized learning, however, what it actually means remains […]

Study Suggests Web-Based Patient Education Can Outperform Traditional Methods in Orthopedic Medicine

These efforts provide a real opportunity to help people understand their conditions, make informed consent, and live healthier lives. A group of researchers have recently […]

Innform Brings eLearning to the Hospitality Sector

On April 23, Seb Azzo Software based in London and co-founded by Sebastian Hefel and Michael Azzopardi announced plans to launch their new product, Innform, this […]