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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…

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Partnership highlights increasing use of digital credentials

DeakinDigital, a wholly owned subsidiary of Deakin University, is partnering with Credly in the delivery of its new credentialing program, which it touts as an alternative to traditional education models. The…

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Arkansas State expands online bachelor’s offerings

Arkansas State University announced four new online bachelor's degree programs designed for working adults who have had some higher education and who now wish to complete their degree. The programs accept…

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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…

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The “Netflix” model comes to online education

Smart educational organizations have built rich online courses filled with learning resources to support this type of learning. The old paradigm where learning occurs only in a classroom or lecture…

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5 massive MOOC lessons learned by colleges and universities

Love them or hate them, MOOCs are still a popular option among college and universities. Yet, only the institution that takes note of MOOC evolution via trial-and-error will be able…

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NYU partnership highlights online degrees

2U, Inc. is partnering with NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development to launch multiple online graduate degree programs. The first three online programs – expected to begin classes…

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Should there be a “driver’s license” for online programs?

The American Council on education has released a new paper on the importance of implementing a standardized approach to recognizing online degree programs across different states. The paper, titled “A More…

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Prof-powered market debuts for creating online content

Versal, an open publishing platform for creating interactive online courses, today launched the Versal Gadget Market (beta): a new place for educators to discover and share content for use in…

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Arkansas colleges look to boost online programs

Arkansas education officials say there's a push among colleges around the state to boost online offerings as a way to help improve graduation rates. Director Brett Powell of the state's Department…

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