Bay Path University, a women's college, has expanded its enrollment by moving beyond its traditional student population. Can it find success online?
In their rush to recruit student volunteers, political campaigns may inadvertently ask faculty members to violate college and university policies.
Caliper, an initiative to standardize collection and reporting of learning analytics, is nearing release. Can colleges and vendors learn to speak the same language?
Even as free and low-cost textbook initiatives grow, most efforts are still focused on introductory courses. Options are far more limited in upper-level courses, where a single textbook can now cost $400.
Consumer-facing technology and emerging markets lead the way as investments in ed-tech companies yet again reach an all-time high. But who isn't being funded?
Business professors find another use for software created to help them teach case studies: preventing students from skimming.
On Reddit, the "Wild West" of social networks, individual scholars and publishers find authenticity helps in establishing a presence.
A study on bystander behavior and cyberbullying raises questions about student behavior in large online courses.
Study examines whether students should text or tweet in class -- or put their smartphones down -- to improve their grades. The results aren't as anti-device as some professors might think.
A coalition of academic, library and technology associations criticizes Elsevier's new sharing and hosting policy, saying it undermines open-access initiatives.
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