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New course format gives universities revenue

As universities search for new ways to move online, attract students and prepare them for the working world, new bite-sized, short courses for those who don't have time to earn…

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States say ‘ENOUGH’ to for-profits

Bulldozed with horror stories, states are working to protect college students as consumers When Murray Hastie returned to New York in January 2006 after two tours of duty in Iraq,…

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The rise of mobile tech in higher ed

According to numerous industry reports, as well as simple observation, mobile technology is booming in higher education. But do students still prefer laptops to tablets?…

One novel approach to creating new ed-tech leaders

It should come as no surprise why college and university leaders are exploring novel approaches to advance education technology and business innovation. A 2013 report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation…

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3 pros and 3 cons of MOOCs

Colleges across the country are either showcasing their massive open online courses (MOOCs), in stages of development, or considering their value as thousands of students attend distance learning courses on…

Can you flip an online class?

We recently asked a group of teaching assistants, “How do you think today’s college classroom is different than when you were an undergraduate student? What is the most significant change…

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This backlash trend is gaining momentum

In a trend occurring in multiple colleges across the country, students are saying ‘no’ to eBooks, due poor ease-of-use, limited funds for eReaders, and lack of available resources. The most recent…

How to save lives with social media

Dallas, Texas -- The night before Byron Piatt was scheduled to speak about campus emergencies at the 2014 ACUTA conference here, his campus was experiencing an emergency of its own.

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New open-source strategy would drop textbook costs to $0

Holding a whiteboard, the University of Maryland-College Park students scrawled their complaints and posed for a picture. “My name is Justin and I spent $114 on ONE textbook,” a student wrote.…

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Are campuses really mobile ready? And what does that mean?

It’s not news to say that the IT demands placed on campuses across the country are skyrocketing, thanks to student, and administrator, need for mobile devices and communications access. But…

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