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Faculty: Here’s what we really do with technology

Though most faculty members have still not fully embraced teaching exclusively online courses, many are utilizing technology in an attempt to enhance student-centered instruction, according to the results of a…

Online professional development gets industry prestige

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Online professional development gets industry prestige

The T.D. Jakes School of Leadership (TDJ-SOL) instituted by Regent University’s Professional & Continuing Education division (PCE) has joined forces with industry leaders and field experts to offer fully…

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Online courses are getting TV network brands

A+E Network®'s HISTORY® Channel will partner with the University of Oklahoma (OU) to offer the first TV Network-branded online course for transcripted college credit or for the lifelong learner. HISTORY®…

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6 reasons why institutions offer MOOCs—and whether or not they’re working

According to a new report, there are six main reasons why institutions are offering MOOCs, but only two of them are actually working. The report, conducted by Columbia University and…

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College creates digital teaching certificate for professors

The School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) at Saint Mary’s College has announced the launch of a Digital Driver’s License (DDL) program, aimed at ensuring quality of hybrid and…

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Online course evaluation software gets tailored for administrators

EvaluationKIT, a provider of enterprise online course evaluation and survey software for higher education institutions, is bringing real-time analytics and alerts to the student feedback process, says the company, with…

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Whistleblower wants virtual program for student athletes

Former UNC-Chapel Hill learning specialist Mary Willingham, a public critic of college athletes’ academic preparedness, particularly in football and basketball programs, says she wants to help athletes before they get…

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Flexibility spurs iPad online degree program

As of fall 2015, Lynn University will deliver its evening undergraduate degree programs via its award-winning iPad platform. Adult students will be able to pursue their undergraduate degrees online, on…

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Online tool to replace print AND online resources

A digital learning tool is taking on the market as a one-stop online resource with the goal of better engaging today’s multimedia-consuming students in meaningful class discussions. The tool is…

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Why hybrid can be better than fully online learning

Tradition-rich Christian Brothers University watched in alarm a decade ago as online, nonprofit colleges began chomping away at nighttime enrollment. “They all had online options. For many adults, it appeared…

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