Archive of Past IssueseCampus News
• Wanted: eTextbook Support
• CSU's 'radical' eLearning plan
• Are students 'too busy' for MOOCs?
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• STEM programs need more oversight
• Schools embrace need for 'big data'
• A boost for brain research?
• Study: Social media is hurting academicse
• ED backs competency-based learning
• Research libraries evolving for digital world
• eLearning as crowd control?
• 2-year college to offer textbook-free degree
• Study shows bandwidth…
• Graduate school—on the iPad
• Predicting ed tech's future
• CRM software helps improve recruitment, retention
• Colleges brace for spending cuts
• Using 3D worlds to…
• A new business model for MOOCs
•'Community source' project tackles enterprise systems
•How to boost student success in online classes
•Liberal arts under attack
• Coursera to offer certificates for MOOC completion
• Learning analytics aim to boost student retention
• A road map for college CIOs
• Higher-education funding models…
• MOOCs take higher ed by storm
• Virtualization taking root on campus
• New eLearning network gives students more choices
• Sharing IT services saves…
• Campus leaders ponder eLearning's future
• Anonymous online reporting draws fire
• Boise State seeks to redefine 'well-educated'
• Gates Foundation supports college readiness apps
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have quickly become one of the most polarizing developments in higher education. Many in higher ed see these MOOCs as innovations that could…
Video is a powerful tool to help students learn—and a growing number of educators are integrating video into their instruction, either by using pre-existing video assets or by…
Colleges and Universities across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than…