Distance Learning Discussed at MU

By BETSY SMITH, KBIA The University of Missouri Board of Curators discussed problems and goals of distance learning and collaboration among campuses at a meeting […]

Online Software Developed for Hands-On Learning About Evolution

by Siobhan Treacy, Electronics 360 Kinesthetic learning is one of the most common types of learning. Hands-on learning is helpful for students in science classes. […]

How Penn State student government aims to lower textbook prices, accomplish semester goals

by Anshika Agrawal, The Daily Collegian “We are trying to work with different universities in the state to address how we can lower the cost […]

Faculty Learning Communities: Making the Connection, Virtually

By: Angela Atwell, Cristina Cottom, Lisa Martino, and Sara Ombres, Faculty Focus Research has shown that interactions with peers promotes faculty engagement (McKenna, Johnson, Yoder, […]

Look for MBA Courses on Artificial Intelligence

By Ilana Kowarski, US News Business school courses on AI should acknowledge its limitations and distinguish facts from exaggerations, experts say.  “AI is transforming everything […]

What to Know About ED’s New Stance on Data Breach Reporting

by Sean Tassi, Campus Technology Until recently, colleges and universities that experienced a data breach had no unique reporting obligations to the U.S. Department of […]

Are Online Courses for You? 8 Questions to Ask Yourself

By Brittany Hawes, ULoop Are you looking to take one or more online courses next semester? If this is your first time and you’re nervous […]

What approval of the budget deal really means for higher ed

By Shalina Chatlani, Education Dive The bill itself outlines appropriations for disaster relief aid toward institutions that were affected by wildfires and hurricanes, increases scientific […]

The Changing Business Model For Colleges And Universities

by Lucie Lapovsky, Forbes In terms of changes to the business model on the cost side a variety of strategies to reduce the cost of running colleges […]

Studying online: seven ways to stay motivated

by Matthew Jenkins, the Guardian When Linda Eunson started her online degree in psychology at the Open University, she didn’t expect it to take eight years […]

Taking a Free Online Course Makes Sense

By Jordan Friedman, US News Adult learners can take online classes at no cost to keep their job skills up to date and pursue their […]

Harvard Is Offering a Popular Online Architecture Course for Free

By Jessica Stewart, Modern Met Ever wondered what it would be like to take a class at Harvard? If you’re interested in architecture, you’ll be […]