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Emerging field has huge potential for college and university curricula

In the data information age, both businesses and higher-ed institutions are scrambling for those trained in making sense of big data analytics. But what are the skillsets today’s students need…

Open texts predicted to save students $25 million

Rice University-based nonprofit OpenStax College has unveiled three new textbooks and said its growing catalog of free textbooks will save students an estimated $25 million in the 2015-16 academic year. OpenStax…

Why moving past the SAT is essential in today’s admissions

In 2013, graduate programs received 1.97 million applications and accepted about 40.5 percent of applicants. The process relies heavily on standardized test scores to vet and decide which applicants to…

Old texts inspire new thinking about math teaching

Central Washington University math professor Dominic Klyve is pioneering a novel new way to teach math — by relying on some of the oldest mathematical texts ever written. Klyve has been…

Making large lecture courses more interactive

Large introductory lecture-based courses are a staple at most universities. But many of those classes at UW-Madison will be transformed into much more student-centered experiences over the next few years,…

6 concerns students have about MOOCs

New qualitative research reveals students may know more about MOOCs than institutions think; have doubts on reliability. MOOCs have the potential to reach learners who otherwise may not have access…

New STEM coursework package for students, instructors

OriginLab, a leading publisher of data analysis and graphing software, announced it will begin offering an OriginPro Coursework Package to students and instructors at the undergraduate and graduate levels of…

New curriculum for college students with visual impairments

Learning Ally, a national nonprofit organization, has announced its new College Success Program, designed specifically for students attending college who are blind and visually impaired. In partnership with the Lavelle Fund…

Thomas Jefferson U. launches interactive iPad curriculum

The Center for Teaching and Learning at Thomas Jefferson University has launched its Interactive Curricula Experience Platform & App – or iCE. This new, web-based platform allows for multidisciplinary collaboration on…

The do’s and don’ts of creating OERs

Whether you know it or not, most educators have already started creating their own open educational resources (OER) in the form of tests, handouts, and presentations. Bringing them on online…

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