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.

eReady Learn helps instructors learn about their online students

A free web-based program created by professors shows students’ skill levels at the start of an online course. 

Training evolving for Instructional designers

The education and training of instructional designers is becoming more formalized as their role grows in importance at many institutions.  

U of Phoenix expands HBCU partnership with S.C. State

As reported in Inside Higher Ed this week, South Carolina State University is the latest historically black institution to align with the University of Phoenix to expand its online education offerings.

Three steps for making MOOCs money makers

There are three steps for turning MOOCs into money makers, writes Robert Ubell.

Adobe introduces upgrades to Adobe Captive and Prime

Adobe this week released new versions of its eLearning authoring tool, Adobe Captivate, and its learning management system (LMS), Adobe Captivate Prime.

The company said that the new Adobe Captive Prime allows learning and development teams to deliver personalized experiences across multiple devices and manage both online and offline training more efficiently. The new version:

South Carolina State is latest HBCU to partner with Phoenix for online education


Another historically black institution -- South Carolina State -- teams up with the University of Phoenix to offer online courses to a greater number of students.

More online courses at public and private colleges, but pace slowing

Colleges and universities continue to expand their online course and degree-program offerings, especially at the graduate level. But fierce competition has tamped down the once-frantic pace of growth.

Colleges need to make websites easier to find info

Learners seek answers to basic questions, such as tuition costs and campus life, but most schools bury that information -- and many students haven't figured out how to find it.


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