As the ed-tech investment community gathers at the Education Innovation Summit for a fifth year, some attendees are growing impatient about the lack of results.
Maryland fires off letters to large and small distance education providers alike in an attempt to find out who's teaching students in the state. Is this quality control or protectionism?
Consultant's report blames insufficient testing and a poor plan for frustrating problems experienced in the fall. Analysis also notes concerns about pricing policies that may have left colleges more vulnerable than they might have been.
The online education provider's for-credit, online course pooling consortium will disband by the end of the summer.
With a year and a half to go until the University of Arkansas launches its online institution, can the system avoid the pitfalls that have doomed similar initiatives?
Excitement, existentialism fuel collaboration in online education among small, private liberal arts institutions.
If a faculty member swaps institutions, who keeps the intellectual property rights to the massive open online course-- the professor, the university, or both?
An accrediting agency just approved a free, online university with a largely volunteer faculty. Is accreditation really the squelcher of experimentation it is made out to be?
Six months after the historically black university announced a major push with Pearson to offer online degrees, the plans are on hold.
The Internet will soon be flooded with personalized domain names, but the near-$200,000 price tag appears to have scared colleges and universities away.
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