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Most Popular of 2015, No. 1: Moving past the myths of mobile learning

By now, educators are familiar with the term mLearning, having experienced its rush in classroom popularity starting as early as 2000. But two researchers say it’s now imperative that educators…

Editorial Pick 2015: 5 major trends in higher education’s use of social media

If you want to know how other college and universities are using social media today, know this: they’re using it like any other social media-savvy millennial. From a spike in…

Most Popular of 2015, No. 7: Did higher education get these trends right?

“Makerspaces” will gain traction long before adaptive learning; and improving digital literacy is a breeze compared to determining how to reward educators for teaching.…

Editorial Pick 2015: Is higher education heading toward a smart city future?

According to researchers around the world, there is increasing momentum from some of the world’s most innovative universities to align curriculum, research and overall mission to city development that specifically…

Most Popular of 2015, No. 10: 5 skills of successful online faculty

Not all faculty are created equal for online learning, argues a report.…

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A step-by-step guide for making online classes accessible

Montana State University professors discuss a 10-step plan to applying Universal Design for Learning in online courses. According to professors at Montana State University, Billings, incorporating Universal Design for Learning…

6 revelations on faculty roles within competency-based programs

When it comes to competency-based programs in today’s myriad array of higher-ed institutions, faculty spend most of their time on curriculum design, and have the most concerns about advising and…

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Mythbusting admissions: 10 assumptions to reconsider

While social media channels are well-used by prospective students, it’s actually legacy platforms like email, and institutional websites, that have the most influence over college decision-making.…

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MIT Press rolls out CogNet

Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), which handles conversion of complex documents across all industries and formats, has helped with the successful rollout of the newly enhanced MIT CogNet. A product of MIT…

Are online adjunct faculty doing any better than those on campus?

According to a new report, online adjunct faculty are experiencing many of the same challenges as on-campus adjuncts, mainly because the same policies governing on-campus adjuncts are used for those…

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