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Adaptive learning helps personalize instruction for students

Adaptive learning helps personalize instruction for students

Many experts believe adaptive learning will elevate education in the future, and the technology already has found its way into several higher-ed software programs.…

New software aims to improve course evaluation process

New software aims to improve course evaluation process

Course evaluations are one of many standard practices in higher education today. Administrators often find it time-consuming to manage multiple student responses—but new software aims to alleviate this problem.…

Disability Resource Center empowers students to unlock their full potential

Disability Resource Center empowers students to unlock their full potential

From a very young age, Susan Gjolmesli knew that she wanted to be a teacher. Owing to a genetic condition, she suffered from visual impairment, and because protective laws for…

How four tech-savvy colleges advance student learning with technology

How four tech-savvy colleges advance student learning with technology

As educational technology becomes more prevalent in higher education, administrators are hoping to improve student outcomes, boost their school's visibility and prestige, and aid in student recruitment and retention. Here's…

How college websites influence students’ web experience

How college websites influence students’ web experience

How are today’s students researching higher-education institutions? The two dominant audiences for college websites are prospective and current students—and a recent Ektron infograph offers insight into the different ways these…

LMS secures results for online institutions

LMS secures results for online institutions

Universities with online programs want a learning management system that is not only easily deployable, but also includes features that can improve student retention—a problem that is particularly concerning to…

UCI OpenChem aims to promote STEM education

UCI OpenChem aims to promote STEM education

The University of California, Irvine has launched a free online chemistry curriculum that offers videos to students and self-learners. To create UCI OpenChem, UC Irvine partnered with OpenCourseWare, a 10-year-old…

Students’ reliance on Wi-Fi multiplies

Ninety percent of college students consider Wi-Fi access to be essential to their educational success, and Wi-Fi availability is a major determining factor for where students choose to study.…

World Education University aims to create an ‘army of humanitarians’

World Education University aims to create an ‘army of humanitarians’

Long before Scott Hines dreamed up the World Education University, he was a young foster kid growing up in Western Colorado who believed that college was out of his reach.…

New study explores ResNet trends, challenges

New study explores ResNet trends, challenges

Residential networks (ResNets) are essential to today’s college students, and universities are working tirelessly to secure and maintain them. A new report highlights important ResNet trends and challenges that campus…

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