Fixing Completion– How Personalized Learning Can Help

At the 100th annual meeting of the American Council of Education, Wick Sloane, a former Chief Financial Officer in higher ed, proposed a serious challenge […]

The Growth of Online Learning

Survey data released from the Education Department’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System has revealed that online learning is continuing to experience steady growth in the […]

How the Rise of Microcredentials is Shaping Higher Education

In a recent article from The EvoLLLution, Cathrael Kazin, managing partner of Volta Learning Group, wrote about the rise of the micro. Micro homes, micro […]

How a Flipped Classroom Improved My College Experience… And My Grades

I went to a small liberal arts college in Northern Ontario, Canada. In high school, I was a straight A student, and although I probably […]

Top E-learning & EdTech Experts of Education Industry 2017

Elearning and EdTech tools have become incredibly popular. Technology does not stand in one place and is constantly developing. Each new year trends in education […]

EQUIP Program Trying to Bring Credibility and Accessibility to Education Innovations

Acrobatiq published an original report recently looking at the growing trend of universities and colleges developing coding bootcamps on their own or in partnership with […]

How Teaching and Learning Are Changing In Response To New Educational Technologies

Idea in Brief Technology is evolving the way educators teach and helping tech-savvy students stay more engaged in their classwork. Whether by incorporating innovative ways […]

A Comprehensive List of Blended Learning Resources for Higher Education

Faculty seeking blended learning resources for their post-secondary classrooms are often faced with a problem: although there are many resources available online, many resource lists […]

More States Are Requiring the ACT & SAT, But What About Test Prep?

The SAT and the ACT have always been high stakes tests for students hoping to get into their college of choice, but in the last […]

How Your Next Freshman Class Will Expect Personalized Learning: A Conversation with Tom Vander Ark

Many higher education leaders try to stay current on innovations in K-12 education to see what their universities and colleges can learn from and to […]

What Student Outcomes Say About Adaptive Learning

Adaptive learning offers a variety of benefits to the higher education community. Long-term cost savings, increased accessibility, data gathering, and personalized instruction are driving factors […]

From Course to Curriculum: An Interview With Ray Henderson on the Coming LMS Paradigm Shift

Ray Henderson may be most recognizable from his previous position as the President and Chief Technical Officer of the Academic Division of Blackboard, the learning […]

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