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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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New bill would increase free access to research

Public access to federally-funded research took one move forward with the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs' vote to support the Fair Access to Science and Technology…

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The best strategy for managing disruptive innovation in higher ed

If a traditional college or university wants success for its implementation of a disruptive innovation, make sure that it’s not subject to the same guidelines and strategies currently in place.…

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Recessions lead to spike in engineering, business majors

Many college students who pursue their studies during recessions develop a pragmatic approach and switch to majors with better job prospects, according to study published this month. Benjamin Keys, assistant professor…

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Partnership to evaluate impact of active learning on student outcomes

Echo360 selected for its proven track record in increasing student engagement and outcomes in over 650 schools. The Jefferson Education Accelerator (JEA) announced today the selection of teaching and learning…

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1:5 students are “high thrivers” in U.S. colleges

A new indicator designed to measure consumer confidence across the nation’s 4-year colleges reveals that two in 10 college students are "high thrivers." The College Optimizer Index (COI) comes from vibeffect,…

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11 recommendations for the next steps in online learning

After researching dozens of online learning quality models and guidelines around the world, a team of international researchers have outlined recommendations to improve those models and propel online and open…

Do libraries matter in distance education?

With the explosion of distance education, librarianship is changing from managing books to connecting people and quality resources while at the same time delivering resources effectively and providing the best…

Pricing online vs. on-campus courses

All institutions offer online courses at a lower price than on-campus courses, but the size and scope of the institution often affects how low the prices will go.…

Study: Smartphones could cripple learning for these students

A yearlong study from researchers at Rice University and the U.S. Air Force has revealed that first-time smartphone users felt the devices actually hindered their ability to learn. The research…

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