Action Project: MOOCs remain a debated form of college education

Moving from a traditional lecture hall setting to an online digital classroom is a phenomenon that those in higher education are consistently debating, The Daily Cardinal reports. Massive…

This is the reason why higher-ed is dying

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In perhaps one of the most eloquent discussions on the problems facing higher education today, Suzanne Mettler, professor of American Institutions at the Government Department at Cornell, argued…

Universities seek new measures to protect student privacy

During the summer of 2012, the state of South Carolina suffered a massive cyber attack in which 3.9 million tax returns and 387,000 credit and debit card numbers…

Why online courses have low retention rates-and how to boost them

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Academic leaders are notably more worried about retention rates in online courses now than they were a decade ago. Forty-one percent of chief academic officers say they agree…

European Commission wants MOOCs providers to help boost regional web skills

The MOOCs movement has generally lagged in Europe compared to the U.S. But regional providers are being established here in the Old World, such as Berlin-based iversity and…

University of California’s Napolitano joins skeptics over online courses

University of California President Janet Napolitano on Monday joined a growing chorus of higher education leaders who have expressed skepticism about the use and cost-effectiveness of courses that…

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