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Students, celebrities connect for tutoring

Students will have the chance to connect directly with celebrities in one-on-one tutoring sessions through Chegg Tutors: VIP Edition. The program allows high school and college students to apply for one-on-one…

The library of Alexandria goes virtual for online scholarship

Virtual worlds have long played a role in education at all levels as they are used to engage students with different learning preferences and link students to digital resources and…

Online course innovator launches mobile player

Smartphones and tablets have become a day-to-day part of our lives. And the opportunity to learn on-the-go is not only a huge benefit, it’s a requirement. Versal is launching its new…

CalArts launches open online game design

New Coursera course explores game design, preparation to pitch ideas for production. The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) is launching a cluster of online courses titled Game Design: Art…

What learners do during MOOCs–and why it matters

As MOOCs continue to cement themselves as an important part of the higher education landscape, new qualitative research is taking a look at the experiences and practices of students who…

Should education tenets adapt to online?

As I prepare for the fall semester, the impact of technology is more present than ever in my approach. This past year, multiple opportunities engaged me in online course design…

The 5 phases of a campus-wide technology pilot

ePortfolio-committee-GWUThanks to the grassroots effort of an ad hoc committee at the George Washington University (GWU), students and faculty now have campus-wide access to a vetted ePortfolio program--an education-enhancing program,…

Why hasn’t higher education been more disrupted?

Virtually every industry has been fundamentally changed by the rise of the Internet. However, even though we are now in a second wave of disruption with the shift to mobile,…

Students flock to cheaper online core courses

More than 620 students at the University of Akron (UA) have signed up to take at least one of its new online, discounted GenEd Core classes. The classes involve a…

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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