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Digital Learning

Two men in hard hats in a warehouse.
Aug 25, 2022
Several colleges have increased enrollment and reaped financial gains from using Rize Education’s courses in high-demand fields, largely overcoming faculty concerns about loss of control.

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Digital Learning Views • February 5, 2020 Tools for creating community in online classrooms (opinion)
Digital Learning Views • January 15, 2020 Why 2019 was a pivotal year for the degree


May 29, 2020
Amid the pandemic, charter school group plans to launch a new two-year college out of the ashes of Marlboro College.
January 14, 2020
After less than a year on the job, Heather Hiles is stepping down as CEO of Calbright College, California's new online-only community college.
January 3, 2020
Legal scholars are increasingly adopting and creating free textbooks in an attempt to increase affordability for students. But are these textbooks considered open educational resources?
October 8, 2019
TV ads helped Southern New Hampshire University become a household name, but with mounting competition and increased scrutiny of spending, getting to the top -- and staying there -- isn't easy.
April 23, 2019
The Federal Communications Commission controls licenses that could be used to bring wireless broadband internet to rural areas. But policy makers and educators are at odds over how to proceed.
April 9, 2019
2U adds boot camps to its offerings of online graduate degrees and courses with $750 million acquisition of Trilogy.
December 19, 2018
Grand Canyon University's for-profit spin-off takes a bold step into the online program management space with acquisition of Orbis Education.
December 14, 2018
College credentials still loom large in hiring. But a new survey of HR leaders finds growing interest in skills-based hiring, online microcredentials and prehire assessments.
August 27, 2018
Technology is enabling the rise of precision academics in higher education, writes Myk Garn, who describes the game-changing potential of mapping and coding the academic genome.
August 16, 2018
In the last decade, average student spending on required course materials has decreased by more than 30 percent, according to the National Association of College Stores.


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