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New ways to improve online classes and CBE programs

Each 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 news stories…

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A step-by-step guide for making online classes accessible

Montana State University professors discuss a 10-step plan to applying Universal Design for Learning in online courses. According to professors at Montana State University, Billings, incorporating Universal Design for Learning…

6 revelations on faculty roles within competency-based programs

When it comes to competency-based programs in today’s myriad array of higher-ed institutions, faculty spend most of their time on curriculum design, and have the most concerns about advising and…

Opinion
Stop the ePortfolio madness say…students?

They’re so despised they even have a petition for their demise on Change.org signed by thousands of students. And no, they’re not a chain of restaurants or social justice issues—they’re…

Opinion
4 steps to bolstering digital badges in higher education

“Digital badges allow students to turn competencies and achievements to marketable credentials,” said Susan Manning, professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Yet, unless clearly defined management processes are put into…

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Sharp, Blackboard enhance paper-to-digital workflows

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), has formed a signature partnership with Blackboard, Inc. to enhance the paper-to-digital workflows in the…

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How universities are braving the choppy waters of CBE

With nontraditional students far outnumbering the ranks of callow youth entering college straight from high school, competency-based education (CBE) appears—at last—to have reached escape velocity.…

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SUNY to roll out new remedial math program

Over the next three years, the State University of New York will roll out a new remedial math program designed to save money and get at least 20,000 at-risk students…

Have universities been looking at STEM data all wrong?

STEM is often lumped into a broad category of learning with specific fields overlooked in general research. But recent STEM data research into behavioral differences within specific subjects reveals that…

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Partnership brings customization to digital, game-based content

In response to demand for enhanced digital content in core academic subjects, Silicon Valley-based game and simulation developer, Toolwire, and LAD Custom Publishing announced a partnership that will enable colleges…

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