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CUNY to Receive $75 Million Donation to Boost Tech Programs

The City University of New York system is receiving the largest donation in its history, intended to help the urban...

3 Questions for Coursera’s Julia Dallos

A conversation with a midcareer ed-tech professional.

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A Year Later, Did Our ChatGPT Advice Get It Right?

Exactly a year ago, we shared the advice of 11 academics on the then-new ChatGPT. We followed up to see what has changed and what to expect in 2024.


3 Questions for Illinois Tech About Its Innovative New Online Programs

How an institution embraces student outcomes, industry microcredentials and performance-based admissions.

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Community Colleges Primed For, but Struggling With, Tech Adoption

With working students desperate for flexibility and employers seeking tech skills, online learning is in high demand. So why are community colleges struggling to provide it?

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University of California Takes Another Look at Online Education

A year after the system’s Academic Senate essentially barred fully online degrees, administrators and regents insist on a new review, testing shared governance.

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Report: Microcredentials Not a Strategic Priority for Many Colleges

A new report finds that while most colleges surveyed embrace alternative credentials, many have a decentralized approach for creating and managing them.