Our featured story this week delves into why TIME Magazine’s new college and university comparison tool is so controversial, especially since the tool uses nothing but Wikipedia alumni information. Also, 3 new tools for your campus arsenal; new facts you should know about students and distance education; IT’s headache with March Madness; Amish country gets a murderous MOOC; and much more.
Meris Stansbury, Managing Editor
New TIME ranking system causes major controversy
A recent eCampus News story revealed that when deciding which university to attend, students may be more influenced by what people say on social media than national publication rankings such as U.S. News & World Report.
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