Universities Won’t Fix Distance Education—And They Might Endanger Elearning Forever

As many institutions that are currently in crisis, universities were on a downward slope the coronavirus would only make steeper. With skyrocketing tuition costs, the […]

How to overcome resistance to online education in Higher Ed

Embraced by some, considered by others only a back-up solution during these exceptional times brought by the global pandemic — that forced many universities across […]

Education technology and the future of Higher Ed leadership

Education is a constantly evolving sphere, but the introduction and integration of technology have changed it forever. “Learning” now takes on a different meaning, with […]

GoReact Provides Free Services to Over 25,000 Students Affected by Coronavirus

With the outbreak of coronavirus, thousands of campuses were forced to shut their doors mid-March. Educators were left to transition their courses online within a […]

Remote Teaching: 10 Ways to Use GoReact for Student Assignments

Panic-gogy—it’s all the rage these days. With the outbreak of coronavirus and the switch to remote teaching, educators are scrambling to transition their courses online. […]

GoReact Named SIIA Education Technology 2020 CODiE Award Finalist

GoReact, the most popular tool in the world for teaching performance-based skills online, was named a 2020 SIIA CODiE Award finalist in the Best Formative […]

COVID-19: 6 Online Teaching Resources for Professors Making the Switch

Frantically searching for online teaching resources? The spread of COVID-19 has lead to school closures around the world, affecting millions—and counting.  As campuses continue to […]

Smart speakers are invading Higher Education internationally

A version of this post was originally published on October 23, 2019 in Education Technology. We live in a smart world. Our cars are smart, […]

Expert interview with John Kraft (video)

John Kraft, Susan Cameron Chair of International Business, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida, and Visiting faculty at Aalto University Mikkeli Campus, shares his […]

Somali refugee pursues ME degree from 12,000km away in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp

Abdikadir Abikar is a Somali refugee pursuing his Master of Education (MEd) from York University in Toronto, Canada, more than 12,000km away from the Dadaab […]

3 Brilliant Formative Assessment Strategies for Higher Ed

How do you discover what your college students really know?  It isn’t a piece of cake, but formative assessment strategies can help. 3 Formative Assessment […]

HE trends: How do students decide to study?

Attracting prospects from a variety of different countries and regions stops higher education institutions from becoming overly dependent on a single market, and thus less […]

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