eLearning News

More Trustees Fear for the Future

Rick Seltzer, Inside Higher Ed More than 40 percent of trustees are now very concerned about the future of higher education, up 14 points from […]

Teaching and Learning Perspectives on the EDUCAUSE 2020 Top 10 IT Issues

Malcolm Brown, et al:  EDUCAUSE Review From a teaching and learning perspective on the 2020 Top 10 IT Issues, integration is the key theme. This […]

Quantum Computing Will Personalize Higher Education

Ray Schroeder Interviewed by Helix Education “I will begin with a caveat,” Ray told us. “As we get into this area, we have to be […]

Is Your eLearning Course Rigorous Enough?

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate Your key goal when it comes to making an eLearning course rigorous enough to be worthwhile should be to balance that […]

Google says its new chatbot Meena is the best in the world

Technology Review Google has released a neural-network powered chatbot called Meena that it claims is better than any other chatbot out there. Data slurp: Meena was […]

Report: Students earn associate degrees, certificates at equal rates to bachelor’s

Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Education Dive Colleges awarded roughly the same number of associate degrees and certificates combined (1.95 million) in 2016 as bachelor’s degrees (1.92 million), […]

Know Your Students

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed Far too often we begin planning a class with the content, pedagogy, technology and outcomes in mind — without first […]

New rules limit states’ oversight of online colleges. How will they react?

Education Dive State attorneys general were left out when the U.S. Department of Education rewrote its state authorization rules for distance education. The department “didn’t […]

Report: States enacted more than 200 CTE policies in 2019

Linda Jacobson, Education Dive Funding, work-based learning, industry-recognized credentials, and access or equity were among the career and technical education issues states tackled during 2019, […]

Who owes all that student debt? And who’d benefit if it were forgiven?

Adam Looney, David Wessel, and Kadija Yilla, Brookings Students loans are now the second largest slice of household debt after mortgages, bigger than credit card […]

Advantages of eLearning in Academic Courses

You may be thinking about taking up eLearning or an online course, but maybe you don’t have enough experience or knowledge to know if it […]

Tablet or Laptop: Which Device Do Students Prefer for Online Learning?

In higher education, video recordings of lectures have become all but standard in many departments. Many researchers have demonstrated that students perceive them to add […]

We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK