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Online college classes: An answer to budget shortfalls?

California’s use of online distance education is “limited,” and campuses across the state should partner with a leading online university to expand students' access to a college degree through online…

Students care most about education, economy

As the University of California prepares to discuss another student fee increase for the next academic year amid continuing budget woes, students will look to Governor-elect Jerry Brown and a…

Survey: Mac use growing on campus

Mac use in higher education jumped 18 percent from 2009 to 2010, according to a new survey—but supporting a cross-platform environment is still a nuisance for many campus technology officials.…

University website addresses gender gap in STEM fields

Arizona State University officials aren’t just adding to the reams of research showing a gender gap in the science, technology, education, and math (STEM) fields. They’re confronting the persistent issue…

Higher ed still prefers Gmail over competitors

Although Microsoft Outlook is the preferred eMail option for many community colleges, campus technology officials are still signing up for Google Gmail accounts for their students and staff services more…

Report: Degrees for young blacks, Hispanics flat-lining

The number of college degrees earned by Hispanics and blacks in their 20s and 30s has stagnated over the past decade, according to a report on minorities in higher education…

Early action could aid in admission, report finds

It is a question on the minds of so many high school seniors at this time of year: How can you raise your chances of getting into your No. 1…

Universities commit to open-access journal movement

A dozen major universities have signed a pact to make academic research available free of charge online and forgo the pricey subscriptions to scholarly journals that can cost campuses tens…

Online learning official: Lecture capture helps students ‘review, review, review’

Jacqueline Moloney wants college students to do less transcribing and more listening. Moloney, head of online learning at UMass Lowell, has overseen an effort to make lecture capture technology a…

Report: Campus technology budgets on the mend

Campus technology chiefs are still seeing their department’s budget trimmed, but in far smaller numbers than in 2009, as a nationwide survey suggests that higher education is slowly beginning to…

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