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San Jose State to offer groundbreaking low-cost online courses for credit

San Jose State to offer groundbreaking low-cost online courses for credit

San Jose State University, in the heart of the Silicon Valley, is also at the heart of a big American education experiment: low-cost online classes offered for credit.…

Tips for understanding copyright rules

Tips for understanding copyright rules

With headlines about tough copyright rulings fresh in their minds, educators across the nation might hesitate when it comes to using copyrighted material in their lessons or sharing copyrighted works…

Niche-based digital marketing attracts nontraditional students

Niche-based digital marketing attracts nontraditional students

To improve enrollment, officials at Mount Olive College knew they would need to understand their own student population better, and identify the types of students they should target in the…

Catholic dorms debuting at non-religious universities

Two secular universities will offer dorms specifically for Catholic students in 2013's fall semester, the Huffington Post reports.…

Learning analytics tools aim to boost student retention, outcomes

Learning analytics tools aim to boost student retention, outcomes

As policy makers and campus leaders focus on boosting college completion rates, learning analytics is a field that has exploded in importance. A number of programs now exist to help…

Liberal-arts colleges forced to evolve with market

Liberal-arts colleges forced to evolve with market

Many of today's increasingly career-focused students aren't buying the idea that a liberal-arts education represents a good value, and many small liberal-arts colleges have been forced to adjust.…

Competency-based public degree program moves forward

Competency-based public degree program moves forward

University of Wisconsin System President Kevin Reilly has revealed new details about what is expected to be the first set of 100-percent, competency-based online degree programs for working adults offered…

New college application questions encourage creative thinking

"So where is Waldo, really?" That's not the kind of question most high school seniors expect to find on their college admission applications. But it is one of the essay…

Taking tech out of education: Do learning centers need data centers?

Technology is changing the experience in the classroom and changing the very notion of the classroom itself, Forbes.com reports. But does that mean that educators need to run traditional data…

University of Iowa adds optional LGBT question to application

The University of Iowa has become the nation's first public university to include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on its application, reports the Associated Press—a move hailed…

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