College Versus Trade School: What’s Right for You?

It is not always easy to decide what path to take after high school graduation. The good news is that there is a myriad of […]

AI in Higher Education: Applications, Promise & Perils, & Ethical Questions [Zeide]

Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: Applications, Promise and Perils, and Ethical Questions — from er.educause.edu by Elana Zeide What are the benefits and challenges of […]

The Global Landscape of Online Program Companies [Lederman]

The Global Landscape of Online Program Companies — from by Doug Lederman New trove of data suggests a bigger, more complex, more varied ecosystem of […]

Increase Office Hour Attendance

Are you finding that you're repeatedly asking your students to attend office hours, but still see low attendance? You are not alone. Office hours are […]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ [Flaherty]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ — from insidehighered.com by Colleen Flaherty A study says smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they’ve learned more than […]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education [Rice]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education — from edtechmagazine.com by Derek Rice Digital learning platforms let students and professors interact through shared […]

Is virtual reality the future of online learning?

Is virtual reality the future of online learning? — from builtin.com by Stephen Gossett; with thanks to Dane Lancaster for his tweet on this (see […]

Want To Fuel Collaboration? It’s Time To Tear Down Silos In Higher Ed

Most people come into higher education with great intentions. Faculty and staff truly want what’s best for their students and their departments, yet they don’t […]

5 Hot Instructional Design Tools Worth Trying

Instructional design is on the rise. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the demand for instructional design jobs will be growing faster […]

Conquering the Challenges of Instructional Design in Education

With edtech’s rapid growth, it’s an exciting time to be an instructional designer. The field has transitioned to become more focused on the learning experience […]

Community Colleges Improved STEM Persistence by 10% by Sending Text Message ‘Nudges’

Over 21 million Americans enrolled in college in the fall of 2011. Six years later, only about 12.6 million had attained a degree. The current […]

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today

A quick tip from RetrievalPractice.org’s e-newsletter today: #1: Remember your lesson plan with a 1-minute reflection Can’t remember how a lesson from last semester or last year […]

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