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Texas Association of Community Colleges implements online proctoring

The Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC) has chosen Examity, a leader in exam integrity solutions, to conduct all proctoring for online tests. Examity will provide live, recorded and…

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Coursera launches project-based courses

In a Feb. 11 blog post, Coursera announced it is offering 12 new project-based courses in topics from persuasive writing to computer construction. The blog post references research showing…

What should MOOC quality standards look like?

As more institutions consider offering MOOCs for credit, often the MOOCs provided by third-party platforms, researchers say it’s imperative to gauge instructional and design effectiveness…but how; and with…

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Higher ed is bringing innovation in 2016

Every Friday, I’ll be bringing you a recap of some of the most interesting and thought-provoking news developments that occurred over the week. I can’t fit all of our…

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MIT launches initiatives to accelerate learning research, applications

MIT is launching a significant expansion of programs in learning research and online and digital education, including the creation of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili), along with…

Online learning data reveals interesting findings

Online learning enrollment may be up across the board, but one type of institution is climbing up the online enrollment ladder at a breakneck pace; and some institutions…

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Illinois accreditation agency sounds warning to legislators

A higher-education accrediting agency is warning Illinois lawmakers that the budget impasse could have "significant" consequences for the state's public colleges and universities. The Higher Learning Commission, the regional…

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A non-profit alternative to OPMs

As Online Program Management (OPM) organizations become increasingly utilized by higher education institutions, Excelsior College is offering a non-profit alternative aimed at helping schools set up online programs…

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New data framework for higher ed has massive implications

Education bigwigs are currently designing a national metrics framework that will allow for the inclusion of data about today’s evolving higher-ed student. But are college and university leaders…

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Higher-ed leaders: 5 steps to a meaningful social media profile

Higher education leaders, like CIOs, at universities across the county are being asked to help their institution’s brand outreach and community growth by embracing Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and…

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Colleges and Universities across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than…

MOOCs: the future of higher education, or a passing phase?

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have quickly become one of the most polarizing developments in higher education. Many in higher ed see these MOOCs as innovations that could…

Give credit where credit is due

Accreditation agencies are neither pawns nor anti-progress. But the process could use some clarification.

Higher education’s accreditation community, in particular the six regional accreditors that serve as gatekeepers to Title IV financial aid, has been a summer target for criticism by Congress, the Obama administration, and various special interest groups.

Why accreditation is such a mess

Accreditation agencies have been forced to play a regulatory role for which they were never designed—we need a new model going forward.

Everyone knows that institutions of higher education need to be accredited. Accreditation serves both students and the public good by providing the first indicator of a legitimate institution of higher education. But recent investigations of for-profit colleges and universities have revealed a problem in the accreditation process. Midas303, agen resmi SBOBET Casino di Indonesia. | I have found interesting articles about cars here

 

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