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 […]

This Is How Entrepreneurs, Students And Teachers Can Benefit From LinkedIn Learning

Robyn Shulman, Forbes LinkedIn Learning provides a personalized learning experience via high-quality, personally curated and easily digestible content. The platform has more than 10,000 courses […]

New study points to benefits of personalized learning

by Linda Jacobson, Education Dive A new study from Education Elements finds that personalized learning programs, in which students typically work at their own pace on […]

Digital English Market in China Surges to $1.4 Billion by 2022

by Markets Insider The growth rate for Digital English Language Learning in China is a healthy 8.5% and revenues will spike to $1.4 billion by […]

Standardization in Online Education

By Ashley A. Smith, Inside Higher Ed Accreditor’s [HLC] rejection of Scottsdale Community College’s online expansion suggests that consistency and mandated faculty training could become […]

4 Steps for Students to Get Organized for Online Courses

By Joe Chapman, US News Even as thousands of students head back to college campuses nationwide, enrollment in online courses continues to grow. For students starting […]

Newt Gingrich Went on Hannity to Plug an Online Course He’s Teaching — the Twitter Reactions Are Gold

by Joe DePaolo, Mediaite Thursday night on Hannity, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich stopped by to plug an online course he’s teaching called “Defending America.” “It’s […]

Digital literacy a key factor for employers, report finds

by Shalina Chatlani, Education Dive Higher ed institutions ought to be prioritizing digital literacy skills revolving around digital savvy, creativity, and complex thinking, as employers increasingly […]

Freshman Orientations Now Include Online Learning

By Cait Etherington, eLearning Inside Most colleges and universities now have some sort of online orientation. In some cases, it’s a simple required module solely […]

How adults can compete for ‘new-collar’ jobs

by Kevin Johnson, the Hill It wasn’t so long ago that people with a high-school diploma, a good work ethic, and a strong body could […]