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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…

Fine-tuning this tech is the key to future blended learning success

The key to enhancing learning outcomes in higher education moving forward will stem from the optimal use of video, says a new whitepaper.…

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…

9 ways to support collaboration in higher ed

Institutions need to create layered, blended and personalized places that support a variety of interactions and digital platforms, rather than creating specialized spaces, such as computer labs. These findings are part…

Is higher education still viable?

A new report identifies three strategies that could prove useful when it comes to helping institutions of higher education produce students who have the skills and knowledge to succeed in…

Can predictive analytics ID “likelihood to thrive” on campus?

vibeffect, a family-centered college-decision framework that helps students identify campuses where they’re most likely to thrive, has published a scientifically peer-reviewed paper on how predictive analytics can determine the campus…

Three ways to help online students succeed

A recent survey of 28,000 students yielded three specific factors that contributed to high or low academic performance, and experts say online student success really depends on effective learning design. The…

Could texting and tweeting boost retention?

A new study reveals that while students predictably learn much less when they use mobile devices in the classroom for non-academic purposes, students who tweet or message about anything associated…

Who picks up the tab for higher education?

For the first time in decades, the federal government is sending about the same amount of money to colleges and universities as do the states that support them, according to…

This is how your institution looks to international students

A new report finds that the top-rated U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities rank fifth in communication with prospective international students, and one in five of these institutions do not…

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