A New Way to Learn Economics

By John Cassidy, the New Yorker With the new school year starting, there is good news for incoming students of economics—and anybody else who wants to […]

Students have new ways of measuring degrees of success

By Jeffrey J. Selingo, Washington Post Fewer students are going to college this fall, as enrollment in higher education has fallen for five straight years, […]

Standard Operating Procedure?

By Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed A regional accreditor recently denied an Arizona community college’s bid to increase its online degree offerings.  In particular, the […]

Survey of Tech in Education Finds Mixed Results

By Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology If you’re trying to hunt down research to justify the use of technology in the classroom or argue against it, […]

Federal Audit Challenges Faculty Role at WGU

By Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed Education Department’s inspector general labels Western Governors as a correspondence-course provider, seeks reimbursement of $713 million in aid and […]

US Dept of Ed approves sale of Kaplan to Purdue

by Autumn A. Arnett, Education Dive The U.S. Department of Education has approved the sale of Kaplan University to Purdue University — a controversial transaction […]

Online enrollment a key to UNA’s future

by Times-Daily The number of students taking at least one class at the University of North Alabama this fall will be lower for the first […]

How to Fulfill the Promise of Online Education

by JANE S. SHAW, the Spectator Many colleges and universities have hired private companies to build and operate their online education programs. Firms such as […]

Forecast for eLearning

by PiWorld One trend in eLearning involves the incorporation of video, and this practice will continue to grow. While informal online video-based learning has been […]

Report: Faculty want more OER-here’s why

By LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News The study, Launching OER Degree Pathways: An Early Snapshot of Achieving the Dream’s OER Degree Initiative and Emerging Lessons, was […]

Seven Steps toward IT Accessibility Compliance

by Sheryl Burgstahler and Christian Vinten-Johansen, EDUCAUSE Review Colleges and universities are subject to various laws and regulations regarding the accessibility of the IT resources […]

Georgia Tech presents model for designing online degrees

by Shalina Chatlani, Education Dive In a guest post for Evolllution, Shabana Figueroa and Yakut Gazi of Georgia Institute of Technology’s Professional Education (GTPE) division detail […]