Microsoft Invests $125,000 in Miami EdTech

Miami EdTech, an education technology non-profit, recently announced that it has been awarded a $125,000 grant from Microsoft in support of its new “EdXpert, powered […]

Rethinking the Flexibility of Online Learning

Since its inception, online learning has been hailed as beneficial because it enables us to study anytime and anywhere. A new study by two Royal […]

Online Engineering Courses Are Perfect For Massive Introductory Lectures, Right? A New Study Comes to Different Conclusions

As more research emerges about the efficacy of online learning, it becomes increasingly clear that course design must conform to context. A recent study by […]

A Bipartisan Group of Senators Want to Collect More Student Data. It Won’t Be Easy.

In March, a bipartisan group of senators led by Bill Cassidy (R-La.) reintroduced the College Transparency Act (CTA). The bill would expand the student data […]

Finding Your Spot in the Learning Zone

When you are immersed in a learning adventure, it is normal to sometimes find yourself outside this state which certainly gives you a little dizziness, […]

SAP Customer Experience LIVE: Takeaways from a Five-star Experience

It’s hard to believe that SAP Customer Experience LIVE is over! Time flies when you’re having fun and learning how to optimize your training with […]

Close to Half of Us Are Stressed At Work, but Training Can Help

It will likely not come as a surprise that nearly half of professionals report experiencing high levels of workplace stress. From the demand be available […]

Wiley Education Acquires Knewton

Last week, Wiley Education announced that it had acquired Knewton. The deal comes after a tough year that forced the company to seek out debt […]

Kahoot! Acquires DragonBox for $18 Million

Last week, Norwegian-based edtech company Kahoot! announced that it had acquired DragonBox, another Norwegian-based edtech company, for $18 million. The acquisition will help Kahoot grow […]

Strada/Lumina Joint Report Reveals Professional Certifications Are Improving Job Prospects, but Gender Gaps Remain

Bootcamps, microdegrees, competency-based training, certifications, and credentialing programs have grown a good deal in recent years. While some—including many current learners—believe and hope that they […]

What the Echo Dot Kids Is Really Teaching Us

As privacy continues to become a growing concern for Americans, it is not entirely surprising that Amazon’s voice-activated devices are coming under increased scrutiny. Last […]

Why are we cheating?

Cheating is circumventing or violating legal or moral rules, pretending to respect them, in order to take unfair advantage of them. Cheating is everywhere: we […]

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