Register |  Lost Password?
Facebook twitter Linked in

Research

Resource
Why you should care about gamification in higher education

Gaming in education has, for the most part, been a K-12 trend, with the popularity of this form of learning relegated to supplemental learning for elementary school students. But gamification,…

Which online courses are women taking?

While the average online college student is a woman in her early 30s, the massive open online course (MOOC) landscape has been dominated by men since the courses first took…

3 ways online courses could become more like iTunes

3 ways online courses could become more like iTunes

Modularization is hardly a mainstream concept in online education today, but if colleges and universities follow suggestions laid out by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) task force, it could…

Resource
15 facts about the modern college student

Gone are the days when even notable colleges and universities could simply rely on students coming to them without much effort, as the current economy and job market make rising…

eTextbooks are as polarizing as ever in higher ed

eTextbooks are as polarizing as ever in higher ed

The eTextbook revolution has been coming for quite some time, but if recent national survey results are any indication, acceptance of nontraditional textbooks isn't even close to critical mass. The survey,…

Learning from MOOC mistakes, one click at a time

Learning from MOOC mistakes, one click at a time

Online education is getting a thorough review -- one click at a time for 6.9 million clicks. There are reams of data telling educators how students learn best online, what to…

Resource
INFOGRAPHIC: Student plagiarism causes and solutions

Inspired by research done by professors from UIC Online, this new infographic explains the different kinds of plagiarism, why college students plagiarize, and how professors can educate their students on…

News
Nearly 100 percent of libraries offer this critical training

Coinciding with President Obama’s recent signing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, a new tech trends study from the American Library Association (ALA) finds that nearly 100 percent of…

Resource
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,…

Resource
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…

My eCampus News provides you the latest news by the categories you select.
Customize your news now. You must be logged in to view your customized news.
Username:
Password:    
Register |  Lost Password?