Confronting new competitors, Central Michigan U. looks ahead to another 35 years of training adult learners.
New online university promises to send great education from U.S. to developing nations, but critics fear it's a new diploma mill.
New authenticating device would eliminate need for in-person oversight of students taking exams in distance learning programs.
U. of Illinois plans huge expansion of online efforts -- going for-profit, with non-tenured professors. Faculty leaders are divided on the push.
Going a step beyond free course materials, Yale will put videos of selected courses online -- available free to anyone.
Sierra Nevada may continue as a nonprofit liberal arts college -- through a deal with Michael Milken's education company.
Publishers and course management systems, often competitors, coalesce around common format for sharing digital material.
Leaders of IT association exhort e-learning company to abandon efforts to assert rights over key online technologies.
Nearly 3.2 million students took at least one college course online last year, up about 25 percent from 2004, an annual survey shows.
Students say proposed online programs could jeopardize the accreditation process for Florida Tech's College of Business.
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