While a lot of schools are teaming up with third-party companies to launch online versions of long-standing degree programs, USC's business school is doing the work in-house. Here's how.
Systematic, creative data analysis is one of several key retention strategies among top-performing public universities, according to a new report from Eduventures.
Along with new projectors and an interactive display board, the company has introduced its first-ever audio product.
A new online multiuser game — the first of two developed by two universities and NASA — is designed to help persuade middle and high school students to immerse themselves in science.
Princeton University has created the Princeton Prosody Archive, a full-text searchable database of more than 10,000 digitized records on the teaching of poetry between 1750 and 1923.
Students and professors at the University of San Diego have a new way to share photographs, videos, interactive conversations and comments in real time.
As administrators shift priorities away from the mission of education, the role of faculty-as-teacher is diminishing, and the consequences for the profession look to be getting rapidly more severe.
The D.C. university has added more than 1,000 online students to graduate programs in the last five years.
A professor with a popular Udemy-hosted MOOC is trying out his astronomy course on Coursera next, with the hope of increasing completion rates. It'll be the first massive open online course offering on that platform from the University of Arizona.
A small private college and a major research university, both in Iowa, have received a four-year, $1.6 million grant to explore digital liberal arts.