San Jose State University (SJSU) is taking "a short breather" from its ground-breaking experiment with for-credit massive open online courses, better known as MOOCs, the school disclosed this week. But university representatives insisted that this break is part of the plan and not a reaction to preliminary findings indicating that some students didn't do as well in the unsupervised online courses as they might have done in traditional courses.
A distance learning network program is providing busy professionals the opportunity to earn dual executive MBAs from Cornell University's Johnson School of Business in Ithaca, NY and Queen's University's School of Business in Kingston, Ontario.
Bank Street College of Education will launch a fully online fieldwork and advisement pilot for its graduate math education program.
Temple University's Fox School of Business will launch the institution's first massive open online course this September.
Blackboard's CourseSites is wooing additional institutions to its free learning management offering to run their massive open online courses.
A San Francisco, CA-based startup has unveiled a beta version of its free Web-based course-creation publishing platform.
The launch of an accredited MOOC degree by a major university may be risky, but it almost certainly changes the landscape of higher education for good.
A public opinion survey conducted by Brodeur Partners of parents, students, alumni, donors, and employers in the United States regarding attitudes and understanding of massive open online courses has come back with mixed results, hinting that a full-fledged switch to MOOCs for the higher education experience may not be the wisest choice for colleges in the immediate future.
Fulton, MO's Westminster College has offered online courses to high school students in Turkey this summer.
Kaplan University's School of Information Technology is expanding its gamification and badging efforts following positive results from a recently conducted pilot program.