Register |  Lost Password?
Facebook twitter Linked in
Email Print

Top higher-ed tech news: November/December 2012

Here are some of the top higher-education technology stories in the November/December issue of eCampus News.

Campus leaders ponder eLearning’s future … colleges re-engineer remedial instruction … civil libertarians question the use of an anonymous online tool to report campus incidents: These are among the top higher-education technology stories in the November/December issue of eCampus News.

Our November/December issue is now available in digital format at eCampusNews.com.

You can browse the full publication here, or click on any of the headlines below to read these highlights:

Experts mull eLearning’s future

Colleges that offer online courses across state lines, after fighting a federal rule they call unnecessary and outdated, now are concerned about states’ regulatory power in deciding how schools should comply with existing regulations…

Colleges re-engineer remedial instruction

With the help of technology, colleges and universities are rethinking their approach to remedial education as part of the push to graduate more students…

Experts: Go all in with Facebook use—or don’t bother

Colleges and universities that don’t have the staffing to update an admissions-based Facebook page consistently shouldn’t be on the site at all, social media experts said…

Online reporting tool draws fire

A “see something, say something” approach to reporting on-campus hazing, bullying, cheating, or suspicious behavior at Virginia colleges has some civil libertarians questioning a technology that higher-education officials insist is necessary to comply with a state law…

Schools try new tactics in battle against binge drinking

An online self-assessment is one of many tactics that colleges and universities are using to combat binge drinking, which remains a serious problem on campuses nationwide…

Post to Twitter

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

My eCampus News provides you the latest news by the categories you select.
Customize your news now. You must be logged in to view your customized news.
Username:
Password:    
Register |  Lost Password?