Inside Digital Learning

Online Students Don't Have to Work Solo

Group projects might seem more daunting in an online format, but instructors say they've found ways to foster collaboration and avoid logistical roadblocks.

A Silicon Valley 'Evangelist'
Who Doesn't Bash Higher Ed

Colleges will have to change how they teach Gen Z students in the era of digitization, but the students have much to learn, too: "We're wiser than they are."

Controversy Fades, Success Stories Emerge

Ten students will soon graduate from a Florida program that allows them to become residential students after taking their first 60 credits online. Their experiences were challenging but largely positive, they say.

Peer Mentoring for Instructional Designers Pays Off

The ID2ID program, hosted by Penn State and Educause, creates mentor-mentee and buddy-buddy relationships that connect designers to their community and provide concrete guidance.

The Week in Digital Learning News From 'Inside Higher Ed'

The following developments received coverage in Inside Higher Ed this week:

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