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Leaders discuss taking online learning from an alternative to a “must”

Until recently, online learning has been viewed as either solely for those interested in adult education or as a branding tactic for innovative institutions. And though online learning is still one…

Could GRIT be a trend that sticks in higher-ed?

Pearson Education has partnered with PEAK Learning in order to infuse their MyCareerSuccessLab service with the means to go beyond teaching just educational concepts by assessing and strengthening a student’s…

edX: This is how you do online courses for credit

Offering online courses for credit is a unique endeavor for each institution, but the fundamentals are the same: To offer courses for credit, you need to verify student I.D. and…

Does financial literacy ed need a “flipped” boost?

iGrad and the University of Illinois (UI) have launched a financial literacy instructor certification program. The online course will be led by Scott Johnson, Program Coordinator of the Illinois Online Network…

edX to build new mobile learning experience

edX, a nonprofit learning destination, and Qualcomm Education, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, a global provider of wireless technology, on May 13 announced a collaboration to further develop edX’s…

Does online learning really promote plagiarism?

According to a new study, there is no significant difference between levels of plagiarism between traditional brick-and-mortar institutions and online institutions. However, that doesn’t mean plagiarism isn’t rampant in higher…

Researchers say human element critical for tomorrow’s digital university

A massive new report titled “Preparing for the Digital University: a review of the history and current state of distance, blended and online learning” has laid out a comprehensive view…

3 ways tech can support future digital learning

Institutions of higher education should identify and implement technologies that support student learning, should welcome blended learning environments, and should ensure degree programs adapt to students' digital needs, according to…

University launches iPad-powered bachelor’s program

Lynn University is launching an iPad-powered online bachelor's degree program, which will be called iLynn. "Technology has enabled us to reimagine college," said Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. "We have been…

ASU, edX launch global college entry program

Arizona State University and edX are launching the Global Freshman Academy, a first-of-its-kind program that offers a unique entry point to an undergraduate degree. The Global Freshman Academy will give learners…

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