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Moving forward, online learning is king

As higher education transitions to a new normal following the pandemic, one aspect community college students don’t want to give up is access to online courses.

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Why automating back-office functions is smart business

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Defining high-quality microcredentials for higher ed

One of the early higher education adopters of microcredentials, SUNY’s program centers on: academic quality; alignment to industry and professional standards; pathways to certificates, initial and/or advanced degrees (stackability); formal recognition of completion via a transcript and digital badge (portability); and recognition of microcredentials for multiple audiences. These criteria are the hallmarks that nearly every national/international report on the subject identify as priority.

Is unbundling the future of higher education?

Fifteen years ago, the New York Times published an article about the “tuition game,” in which colleges raised tuitions to compete with rival schools and, in response, saw notable increases in their enrollments. In fact, enrollments continued to grow throughout the next four years. And then, suddenly, they began to decline. They have maintained their steady decline ever since.

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Creating accessible online exams

There’s a lot to consider when creating accessible online courses – including your exams. If you haven’t developed your online exam content with accessibility in mind, use the information in this article as a starting point.