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Can students’ online posts guide instructor intervention?

A method of analyzing what students post in academic forums, and using those posts to help instructors identify where students are struggling most with reading materials, could help improve learning…

Video contest for higher ed instructors

How do you make digital count in the classroom? Cengage Learning to highlight effective uses of technology to increase student engagement, outcomes. According to Cengage Learning, a recent study found that student…

Is poor facilities management costing higher ed billions?

Higher education could save roughly $14.7B by tightening the use of their facilities and better manage course scheduling. That’s just one major finding of a recent report that aims to…

University launches immersive social media course

A new partnership between the Missouri School of Journalism and marketing agency VML will serve as a professional training program for students interested in working in social media. The course, “Advanced…

Pearson unveils CBE playbook

Higher education research firm Eduventures estimates that by 2020, competency-based education (CBE) has the potential to grow to as many as 750 programs with more than 500,000 students at U.S.…

Case studies highlight adaptive learning outcomes

New case studies from Pearson aim to demonstrate a measurable impact that educators teaching with MyLab & Mastering could have on learner outcomes. The MyLab & Mastering Business, IT and Career…

Snapshot: Higher ed competency-based education looks like this

According to a new national survey of over 170 diverse institutions across the U.S., nothing is more important to a competency-based education (CBE) program than designing “measurable and meaningful assessments.”…

Purdue eyes life sciences with $250M investment

Purdue University is investing more than $250 million in the life sciences over the next five years to advance research that both improves lives and supports Indiana’s critical life sciences…

Editorial Pick 2015: Why competency-based learning isn’t happening anytime soon

Earlier this month, new outlets reported on how the Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General is stymying the rise of competency-based learning in higher education—and is at odds with…

Most Popular of 2015, No. 9: How to go beyond the basics of Flipped Learning

This is not your mother’s Flipped Learning. Often thought of as an instructional method whereby students watch online instructional videos at home and come to class prepared to do “homework,”…

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