How Well Designed Courseware Empowers Faculty in New and Surprising Ways

In 2015, The Atlantic published a piece by a veteran English teacher, who was concerned that courseware and the blended classroom will soon replace teachers. […]

Prepare a Solid Instructional Designer Job Description for Higher Ed

Instructional design plays an important role in course development for higher education, whether the course involves online learning or traditional in-classroom teaching. Surprisingly, there is […]

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 […]

Testing to Learn

President Obama started off this school year by talking about testing. While he highlighted the overuse of standardized testing, others have found that low-stakes testing can […]

The Experiential Network @Northeastern: An Interview with Nick Ducoff

You’ve recently launched the Experiential Network at Northeastern University. How does it work? ND: The Experiential Network is a consolidated approach to providing employers in […]

Competency-Based Online Learning: Notes on Costs

:: :: Reducing the cost of higher education is one of the more significant possibilities offered by online competency-based education (CBE). College budgets are not going […]

Data-Informed Design / Future of Conferences / Treatment of Adjuncts and More: Worth Reading for 09.24.2015

:: Data-Informed Design, a Sasaki Perspective in SCUP Journal Excerpt: “In the following Q&A, Claire Turcotte, managing editor of SCUP’s journal Planning for Higher Education, […]

Pell Recipients / MOOCs / Require Degrees / And More: Worth Reading for 10.01.2015

Why Is It So Hard for Pell Recipients to Graduate? Excerpt: “A new report released Thursday provides a detailed look at the graduation rates of low-income college students. At many colleges, low-income students graduate […]

Competency-Based Online Learning: Notes on Costs

:: :: Reducing the cost of higher education is one of the more significant possibilities offered by online competency-based education (CBE). College budgets are not going […]

Data-Informed Design/Future of Conferences/Treatment of Adjuncts and More: Worth Reading for 09.24.2015

:: Data-Informed Design, a Sasaki Perspective in SCUP Journal Excerpt: “In the following Q&A, Claire Turcotte, managing editor of SCUP’s journal Planning for Higher Education, […]

The Experiential Network @Northeastern: An Interview with Nick Ducoff

You’ve recently launched the Experiential Network at Northeastern University. How does it work? ND: The Experiential Network is a consolidated approach to providing employers in […]

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