Reinventing Online Courses: What Students Want Most Out of Online Learning

In a recent article by The Chronicle of Higher Education, What Do Students Want From Online Courses?, the publication examines the findings of a study […]

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 […]

What’s Important to Students When Choosing a College?

Choosing a college can be one of the most exciting decisions in a young person’s life, but it can also be a very stressful and […]

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 […]

Adult Learners: Why Adaptive Learning is Designed for Them

With more adult learners looking to re skill, skill up or complete a degree, it’s more crucial than ever for higher education institutions find new […]

Why Online Course Offerings Matter to Postsecondary Students

In a recent article from Higher EdSurge, The Power of Choice: Why it Matters to Students, authors Jaime Hannans, Jill Leafstedt and Michelle Pacansky-Brock explore […]

How Courseware Can Turn Online Classes Into Active Learning Environments

When a college course is designed using principles of active learning, students seize control of their own educational experience. Active learning requires students to not […]

The Changing Face of Today’s Student: More Diverse, Older and Requiring More Personalized Learning

A scan of several studies and surveys reveals a clear picture of how higher education enrollment will change in the coming years. The student body […]

How Connecting Student Services to Online Learning Can Close the Attainment Gap

When students are the first in their family to go to college, they — like all incoming students —  have great hopes. The unfortunate reality, however, […]

Designed for Diversity: Lessons in Instructional Design at Rio Salado

Rio Salado College in Tempe, Arizona, serves more than 54,000 students from a broad spectrum of backgrounds. While many of Rio’s students are full-time college […]

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 Does the Degree Attainment Gap Affect Pell Grant Students?

Since 1973, the Federal Pell Grant program has been making college education possible for millions of first-generation, low-income students. The program has not been without […]

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