End user license agreements can allow professors teaching online to go beyond the syllabus by requiring students to agree to terms set forth before they even begin the class. Anderson University Associate Professor Emmett Dulaney explains how.
To provide students with the 21st century skills needed to succeed in college and the workplace, the K-12 curriculum needs to focus on three key literacies.
A large community college system is using business analytics to support better decision-making at all levels.
IT organizations have reached a point where they must become innovators instead of builders. Here's how to foster an environment of innovation.
For years, e-portfolios have been nurtured by a corps of true believers. As DIY education becomes a reality, their time may have come at last.
CT asks three leading advocates of open education to evaluate the impact of the DIY U movement on traditional brick-and-mortar institutions.
Engaging faculty with instructional technology is a big hurdle, but it can be done. Four institutions share their strategies.
This Florida institution cut costs, reduced travel times between campuses, and enhanced its online learning program with an HD videoconferencing setup
Two schools bring learning to life with MakerBot 3D printers.
Here's a handful of places CIOs will want to explore as they move their IT infrastructure projects off of the drawing board this year.