Independence Day: Celebrating the Freedom to Connect and Learn

As the U.S. prepares for our annual Fourth of July celebrations this coming weekend, this year takes on a different tone as we continue to […]

The Digital Divide Affects Teachers Too

Though it has largely been closed at brick-and-mortar schools, the digital divide affects teachers and students learning from home at higher rates than previously thought. […]

Carrick Capital Will Acquire Flatiron School from WeWork

On June 30, the private equity firm Carrick Capital Partners announced it had finalized plans to acquire the Flatiron School, a coding bootcamp, from WeWork. […]

Tips on Creating Clear Learning Objectives

Defining clear learning objectives is a challenging first step when creating a course. Viewed as the backbone of many educational strategies, Bloom’s taxonomy is a […]

OU Online Launches with 33 Graduate Degree Tracks

Oklahoma University (OU) has long been a leader in online learning. The institution has numerous online bachelor’s degrees ranked among the top ten in their […]

[IN DEPTH ANALYSIS] The 3 Speeds of Thought

In your opinion, is the human being first and foremost rational? This is a big question that can give rise to endless philosophical debates. But […]

How to Build a Simple Digital Learning Strategy that Works

Getting started with digital learning can be deceptively simple. Buy some online content, put the content into a platform, then market it to your audiences […]

Learning & Dev's Positive Deviance Approach

We, in learning & development, often focus on fixing what’s wrong. We try to find guidance on how to do it right, and then build […]

The AT&T Aspire Accelerator Class of 2020 Is Developing EdTech Amidst a Pandemic

On May 20, the sixth annual edtech-focused AT&T Aspire Accelerator kicked off with a class of eight edtech startups. These companies and organizations will work […]

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Affect Students Studying Abroad

Studying abroad has always been popular, and many students have already started plans to study abroad this September. However, choosing a suitable course to study […]

The Father Effect: Lessons Learned from Our Dads

As we approach Father’s Day, a familiar tune has been circling my brain all week. “Teach Your Children” by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young is […]

ASU’s REMOTE Is Bringing Educators Together to Help Prepare For an Uncertain Fall

In the last days of March, it became increasingly clear to ASU Entrepreneur in Residence David Levin (former CEO of McGraw-Hill Education) that the COVID-19 […]

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