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February 28, 2019
The University of California System and Elsevier are still at an impasse over the negotiation of a new journal subscription deal.  The system has threatened not to renew its contract unless Elsevier, a major academic publisher, makes substantial changes to the way it charges authors to read and publish research.
February 27, 2019
Boot camps have been hailed by policy makers as a cost-effective and fast way to provide workers with new tech skills, but research published last week highlights how little is known about these providers.
February 26, 2019
The death of a professor who was passionate about online learning prompted colleagues, students and friends to pay tribute to him through the medium he championed.
February 25, 2019
Cengage has sold one million Cengage Unlimited subscriptions in seven months, the publisher announced Monday. The subscription model offers students access to more than 22,000 digital textbooks and course materials for $119.99 a semester, or $179.99 a year. "Students have already saved $60 million this academic year," said Michael Hansen, CEO of Cengage, in a press release.
February 21, 2019
Amherst students incredulous about going for days without services they consider absolute necessities.  
February 19, 2019
Research funders, publishers and academics ponder the consequences of a European initiative that could have a major impact on scholarly publishing in the U.S.
February 14, 2019
Reveal Digital, a platform that helps libraries crowdsource money to digitize their special collections, has been acquired by ITHAKA, the nonprofit organization behind digital library JSTOR. Jeff Moyer, founder of Reveal Digital, said that ITHAKA is the “perfect home” for the platform, which works in partnership with libraries to digitize, clear rights and make special collections owned by universities and other institutions available to the public.
February 13, 2019
The online education provider StraighterLine is partnering with three U.S. colleges to offer an alternative way for international students to study at American colleges.
February 8, 2019
State funding for public colleges and universities rose in 43 states this year, compared with increases in 32 states last year.
February 7, 2019
Online program management companies 2U and Keypath Education have announced they will work together to help colleges launch and run online degrees. 2U has agreed to acquire a minority stake in the parent company that owns Keypath Education -- an OPM that specializes in working with small colleges and has offices in the U.S., Canada, Australia and England. Keypath Education currently works with 23 university partners.

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