White Paper Explores How University Leaders Turn Data into Analytics

Every time a student interacts with an online course, that’s data. Every time a student uses an ID card to swipe into a building, that’s […]

Marketing Today’s Online Degree Programs: More than Just Convenience

More and more colleges and universities offering online and hybrid degree programs, and your institution’s offerings need to stand out. In designing a plan to […]

How a Skills Graph is the First Step Toward Competency-Based Education

With competency-based education making national headlines, many educators are eager to implement this new learning style. Early adopters have already demonstrated that CBE has extraordinary […]

5 Signs Your University Is Ready To Try Adaptive Courseware

The University of Vermont (UVM) and National Louis University of Chicago (NLU) have both recently adopted Acrobatiq’s adaptive courseware at their institutions. In-depth case studies […]

Instructional Design and Online Education: Beyond Digitizing Content

Not long ago education technology just meant computer labs and pixelated word processing programs. Then, something of a technology renaissance occurred across all verticals, including […]

Self-Assessment Fuels Learning

As 2015 comes to a close, you may find yourself reflecting on the past year. Self-assessment or thinking about what we’ve accomplished or left undone, […]

How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

How Grit and Courseware Connect

What characteristics do top achievers share? What separates successful learners from those who are unsuccessful? These are the types of questions psychologist Angela Duckworth has […]

How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

Self-Assessment Fuels Learning

As 2015 comes to a close, you may find yourself reflecting on the past year. Self-assessment or thinking about what we’ve accomplished or left undone, […]

Disentangling Pedagogy from Epistemology

Disentangling Pedagogy from Epistemology Bill Jerome and Dr. Benny Johnson Because Pedagogy Dating back to my time at the Open Learning Initiative, I had sat […]

Zuckerberg Names Personalized Learning #1

 Photo credit: Frederic Legrand – COMEO / Shutterstock.com In Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Priscilla Chan’s recent letter to their newborn daughter, Max, they […]

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