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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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Adaptive technologists develop online STEM course of the future

Using "the science of memory," and recent advances in personalized learning, an adaptive courseware provider is developing a STEM course aimed at engaging and retaining at-risk students. A recent recipient…

A new pathway for job-seeking IT students

According to a report by McKinsey, freelance portals will create more than 150 million jobs globally by 2025. And a new education startup called CodersTrust is aiming to teach students…

“Independent MOOC” reaches global audience with connected course

Independent collaboration may sound like an oxymoron, but for George Washington University (GW) this method of MOOC hosting has reached a significant global audience and strengthened relationships with peers in…

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