Online learning improves retention, graduation rates – Jarrett Carter, Education Dive

A new study from Arizona State University suggests that online courses may be better equipped to help retain students and to keep them on the […]

Take that leukemia: Andrew Jones cleared to take online classes, move into dorm

BY WILLIAM WILKERSON, Star-Telegram Longhorns sophomore guard Andrew Jones, who is battling leukemia, has been cleared to enroll in online classes this summer and will […]

​Affordable Learning Exchange works to increase access by reducing costly course material: Goal is to save students $10 million by 2020

By: Chris Booker, the Ohio State University The Ohio State University is working to move textbooks off the shelves and online to make learning more […]

Are We At Peak Learning Innovation Conference? Thoughts as I head off to SOLA+R.

by Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed This week I’m heading to the Summit for Online Learning and Administration + Roundtable (SOLA+R), hosted by the University […]

Free MOOCs Face the Music

By Lindsay McKenzie, Inside Higher Ed In its quest to find a sustainable business model, online course provider edX will test charging users for access […]

What do online students want

By Goldie Blumenstyk, Chronicle of Higher Ed What do online students want? According to a new survey, they want to conduct more of their course […]

Pearson Releases Study on Demand-Driven Education

By Joe Deegan & Nathan Martin, Pearson Key points include: 1. develop and measure the specific skills that will be most in demand, especially interpersonal […]

Imagining A Blockchain University

by Tom Vander Ark , Forbes A couple of Oxford faculty imagine a different kind of university, one that is distributed and democratic. Joshua Broggi, […]

4 Powerful Ways to Use Games in eLearning

by Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate Learning games provide greater benefits than passing the time in class or entertaining students to keep them occupied. Experienced teachers know […]

5 WaysDigital Connectivity is Revolutionising Education

by Global Banking and Finance Review Gone are the blackboards of yesteryear. Instead, many schools and higher education institutions are using a range of connected […]

UC should make changes to its course evaluation process to prevent bias

Daily Bruin Editorial Evaluations are written into the University of California’s decision-making process when it comes to academic employees. But given the lack of standardization […]

An Inside Look at Online Carding Courses for Cybercriminals

Digital Shadows, Bank Info Security As customers spend more and more money online each year, the opportunities for fraud increase in parallel; experts project a […]

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