Mobile and social apps can address a range of instructional challenges, if faculty can be persuaded to adopt them.
As we embark on a new year, CT asks five IT experts to pick the winners and losers among the trends swirling in higher education.
Three leaders in flipped classroom instruction share their best practices for creating a classroom experience guaranteed to inspire lifelong learning.
Campus Grumble has launched a new online platform intended to provide students with a positive forum for articulating concerns to school administrators as a way of fostering change.
Knowillage Systems has released Knowillage LEArning Path (LeaP), a personalized and adaptive learning development tool for the Instructure Canvas learning management system.
Santa Barbara Business College has moved its learning management system to a private-cloud-as-a-service to gain more control over feature implementation and customization.
eInstruction has released a new version of Insight 360, integrating the platform with a range of mobile technologies intended to give classroom teachers more immediate access to formative and summative assessments.
How ePortfolios can help "tame" the flood of openness and educational opportunity arising with MOOCs and other new modalities.
This summer Webster University will be transitioning to a new learning management system for WorldClassRoom, its global education organization.
Although similar, macro- and micro-blogging differ from one another in important ways. Recognizing those distinctions can help instructors find new ways to engage learners and improve outcomes.