FOIA requests regarding (another) U. of Virginia professor's research raise questions about email privacy and academic freedom yet again. And this time, the professor happens to be married to the university's president.
A series of critical articles have some digital humanists saying the trend has been oversold, particularly with regard to producing academic jobs.
Administrators and faculty members reflect about future of online education on their campuses as 2U's Semester Online consortium nears its end.
Does Google's decision to stop scanning university email for ad keywords represent a watershed moment for privacy or a symbolic gesture?
Florida International University prepares a prior learning assessment pilot in anticipation of granting credit for massive open online courses.
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?
If a faculty member swaps institutions, who keeps the intellectual property rights to the massive open online course-- the professor, the university, or both?
A California city makes a pitch for a new engineering campus at the American Council on Education's annual meeting.
Six months after the historically black university announced a major push with Pearson to offer online degrees, the plans are on hold.
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