Filter & Sort

Don’t Abandon Virtual Learning Options

Students want the option to continue taking some of their courses online, and colleges should listen, Samuel J. Abrams writes.

Gap Between Online and In-Person Learning Narrows

Since the start of the pandemic, law school faculty members have gained proficiency in online teaching best practices and students have gained appreciation for hybrid and online learning options.

What Have We Learned About Online Learning?

Two experts discuss the digital divide (including for adjuncts), the importance of training and how to ensure online education is a force for equity, not a deterrent to it.

Arkansas’s Winding Path to Building an Online University

As other public institutions seek to expand their offerings for place-bound adult learners, the formal end of the homegrown eVersity offers some lessons.

Don’t 'Experiment,' Implement (Evidence-based Teaching Practices)

We already know a lot about what works to improve teaching, and it takes a team.

GAO Report on Online Program Managers Was Only a Start

Congress’s investigative arm accurately diagnosed the problem outside providers play in driving online tuitions higher, but the government needs to act more aggressively, John Katzman argues.

Joining Forces to Share Courses

HBCUs are forming collectives to share courses across their campuses and create more paths to graduation.

GAO Takes Moderate Stance on Online Program Providers

Eagerly awaited U.S. review of companies that manage colleges’ online academic programs urges more Education Department scrutiny but doesn’t appear to significantly threaten revenue-sharing deals.