Online and Blended Learning

Online and Blended Learning
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Feb 01, 2023
From rural New Hampshire to urban Miami, community college students, faculty and administrators are broadly enthusiastic about digital learning options, according to a new report.
Nov 20, 2020
The online program management company buys assets of HotChalk, another OPM, whose biggest client, Concordia Portland, closed early this year.

Opinion

February 1, 2023

How can you remain relevant as a higher education employee in 2023?

January 18, 2023

ChatGPT has caught our attention in higher education. What will it mean in 2023?

January 4, 2023

Higher education in its traditional form is shrinking.

December 14, 2022

The future has arrived in continuing education—however, many have yet to realize the arrival.

November 28, 2022

As higher ed professionals, this is a good time to rethink our social platforms.

November 16, 2022

Survey shows nearly half said they chose their college on the basis of potential career prospects, but only 11 percent felt prepared to enter the workforce.

November 2, 2022

Artificial intelligence has begun impacting education, but the best is yet to come!

October 19, 2022

It is time that we prepare for adding a more relevant, more responsive, student-centered, technology-delivered curriculum.

October 5, 2022

Whether you consider teaching an art, craft, science or profession, it is clear that K-12 teachers are more fully prepared than many of us who teach in higher ed.

September 21, 2022

Higher education is notoriously slow to change, unable to keep up with society. Let’s imagine together that instead we were responsive to the changes in society.

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Archive

February 1, 2023
From rural New Hampshire to urban Miami, community college students, faculty and administrators are broadly enthusiastic about digital learning options, according to a new report.
January 26, 2023
After a local newspaper broke the story based on a leak, the two institutions confirmed they are discussing a potential deal.
January 25, 2023
Arizona State University will soon offer credit-bearing courses that begin on YouTube. Is the behemoth online video-sharing website the missing ingredient in engaging more learners on the margins?
November 28, 2022
Authors of a new book discuss why colleges should gauge the return on investment for online learning and the cultural impediments to doing so.
November 23, 2022
Disability rights advocates welcome news of Berkeley’s consent decree with the Justice Department, which many consider long overdue.
November 17, 2022
The Education Department has left room for online colleges to innovate while maintaining eligibility for federal financial aid. But the lack of clarity carries some risk that colleges could run afoul of unarticulated rules.
October 20, 2022
In the early pandemic, educators rallied to provide academic continuity in unprecedented ways. That spurred online teaching innovations, many of which are worth preserving and enhancing, a Stanford self-study says.
October 19, 2022
A report explores how online learning leaders decide whether to use companies to deliver and manage their academic programs or handle the work in house.
October 14, 2022
Tens of thousands of 18- to 24-year-olds are now enrolling at Western Governors, Southern New Hampshire and other national online institutions. Does this represent a change in student behavior?
September 14, 2022
Students who actively choose virtual programs because their work or family lives demand it are more satisfied with their online studies than they were before the pandemic, a new survey finds.

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November 20, 2020

The online program management company buys assets of HotChalk, another OPM, whose biggest client, Concordia Portland, closed early this year.

June 10, 2020

Technology advocates may see online teaching as the best path forward, but one important audience vociferously disagrees: students, Peter C. Herman writes.

March 18, 2020

Because of COVID-19, most professors and students suddenly find themselves forced to use technology as they teach and learn. A panel of experts explores whether that will help or hurt attitudes about online education.

January 9, 2020

With the launch of MicroBachelors, MOOC platform edX lays the groundwork for a fully online undergraduate degree taught by multiple universities.

December 10, 2019

Colleges and corrections departments increasingly are turning to online instruction for incarcerated students. But while those programs may be easier to scale, challenges and questions about quality remain.

November 12, 2019

New federal rules on distance education highlight long-standing tensions between consumer advocates seeking stronger state-level protections for students and higher education groups seeking shared national standards.

October 23, 2019

Institutions aren’t switching learning management systems as often as they used to. What does that mean for companies looking to win new customers?

October 9, 2019

Several large nonprofit universities have expressed interest in purchasing for-profit Ashford University, potentially following the controversial playbook of the 2017 takeover of Kaplan by Purdue.

October 9, 2019

Inside Higher Ed profiles Southern New Hampshire University's approach to getting its name out, as competition and scrutiny mount.

October 4, 2019

The online provider is offering licenses to universities so they can access the company's full course catalog.

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