A big reason rural students never go to college: Colleges don’t recruit them

by AARON GETTINGER, Hechinger report Colleges and universities prefer to recruit at high schools in communities where the average family income is above $100,000, while […]

SXSW EDU 2019: Taking OER to the next level

By Hallie Busta, Education Dive Mike Silagadze, CEO and co-founder of Top Hat, a digital learning company that offers OER, acknowledges those issues. The solution, […]

What Do Faculty Think of Open Educational Resources?

BY DARIA KIRPACH, BizEd AACSB Because so many of their students struggle with the cost of course materials, more professors are opting to use free […]

The high cost of college textbooks, explained

Gaby Del Valle, Vox Textbook publishers, for their part, have begun acknowledging that textbooks and other course materials have become so expensive that some students […]

A Guide to Using Private Companies for Online Education

By Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed A South African university research center issued a report this week that assesses how different universities are working with […]

Meeting Human Needs in the Virtual Classroom

By Cynthia Clay, TD Training participants often log into our virtual classrooms ready to passively observe a monologue. It’s up to us to create the […]

Sharing Courses Far and Wide

by Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed John Brown University is one of six of that consortium members overseen by the Council of Christian Colleges & […]

What’s at stake in a possible accreditation overhaul

Ben Unglesbee, Education Dive Speakers at this year’s meeting of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), in January, often struck an existential note about […]

The Growing Profile of Non-Degree Credentials: Diving Deeper into ‘Education Credentials Come of Age’

Sean Gallagher, Evolllution The world of credentialing is changing fast. Employer needs have evolved in concert with improving hiring support technologies. Higher education institutions are […]

Popularity of online education grows rapidly in China

Xinhua China saw rapid growth in online education last year, with the number of users of such services rising 29.7 percent year on year to […]

Can you tell the difference between a real face and an AI-generated fake?

By James Vincent, the Verge Earlier this month you may have seen a website named ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com doing the rounds, which uses AI to generate startlingly […]

Is your campus ready for AI and other technology trends?

BY LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News Have you prepared your campus for augmented reality and artificial intelligence? A survey from the Center for Digital Education (CDE) recently […]

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