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The pros and cons of open technology

It’s not just the high cost of textbooks that have libraries scrambling to provide open education (OER) resources. As professors look at alternative options to retain copyright on printed works,…

The top 10 ways college students plagiarize

When it comes to plagiarizing, students who use the unethical shortcut seem to be all in: Copying and pasting a research paper word for word is now the most common…

Shocking stats on student financial literacy—and why they matter

According to recent PwC data, over a quarter of a million of today’s students believe that after they complete college their student loan debt will be forgiven. Yet, 41 percent…

7 ways humans are critical to online learning

7 ways humans are critical to online learning

Online courses that are credit-bearing hold incredible promise for high school and college students eager for flexible schedules and a cheaper education alternative; but as one study shows, it’s the…

20 NEW facts about Flipped Learning in higher ed

As with all types of popular learning models that have the potential to be nothing more than a flash in the pan, it’s important to conduct thorough research on the…

New: Guideline for universities on censoring social media

In a problem that’s stemming from both the proliferation of social media use and campus violence, universities are considering what’s appropriate to censor on social media and what’s not, often…

8 steps to get the most out of adaptive learning

Adaptive learning, considered a ‘game changer’ for higher education in its innovative use of technology to deliver high-quality, highly-personalized instruction to all types of learners, is still relatively new in…

8 new pathways to higher education

For the first time, eight states have released innovative best practices for other states and local areas interested in helping students land careers after postsecondary education. The Network of states’…

5 types of online learners could make or break your institution

online-learners-institutionAny institution worth their salt knows that more and more students are turning to online education…but not for your mom’s ‘Online Intro to Tying 101.” Today’s students are as nuanced…

The best and worst states for online learning

All states were not created equal in online learning, according to national statistics charting large disparities between the number of college students taking web-based classes across the country. …

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