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Cybersecurity faces shortage of 1.5 million workers

U.S. Naval Academy professor says demand for professionals with cybersecurity skills will climb to six million by 2019 -- but there will be a shortfall of 1.5 million workers.

Federal drone regulations keeping lofty fantasies grounded

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Federal regulations governing drone use are so far keeping the loftiest fantasies from becoming reality. New rules could change that.

Lumen and Follett team up to deliver open course content through bookstores

OER provider Lumen Learning joins with Follett to bring open course content to faculty through the campus bookstore.

Creative Course Finder: students train on with realistic 3D organs

University of Rochester provides graduate students clinical training using 3D organs. The body parts are so realistic they fool skilled surgeons.

Is New York's decision to spend $8 million on OER a turning point?

Inside Digital Learning asked ed tech experts if New York State's decision to pour millions of dollars into open education resources represents a breakthrough for OER. Here are their responses. Do you agree?

Trial and Error: Franklin University boosts retention with data

Franklin University takes a deep dive into data and boosts student retention from lowest level.

Pearson enters partnership with Chegg on textbook rentals

Student-services provider Chegg is the first company to work with Pearson on a new textbook-rental program the publisher announced in January, according to a report in Inside Higher Ed last week.

CUNY, SUNY plan major expansion of OER efforts

Administrators at CUNY and SUNY look to seize an $8 million opportunity to drastically expand the use of open educational resources at their campuses.

IHE webinar: lifelong learning through alternative credentials

Inside Higher Ed editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman discuss the topics from the "Lifelong Learning Through Alternative Credentials" booklet. To view the recording of the webinar, click here

Report documents 3-year change in online enrollments

Online enrollments climbed 11 percent from 2012 to 2015, with private nonprofit colleges seeing the biggest gains and for-profits losing ground.

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