In the wake of a dramatic power struggle at the University of Virginia, the potential for online learning to rescue higher education is receiving even greater scrutiny.
The spread of cheap and powerful videoconferencing tools had led to widespread adoption of the technology in an effort to lower costs and put resources to better use. But Education Consultant and Executive Director of Academic Programs and Faculty at Daymar Colleges Group Ruth Reynard argues that it can improve teaching and learning as well.
Despite the hoopla surrounding the launch of MOOCs and edX, smaller institutions and for-profits have been steadily improving online learning for years. Post University shares its strategy for online success.
Online learning can--and should--elevate the state of teaching in higher education.
As a tech magazine with a tech readership, the time for digital is now.
With the BYOD trend on campus growing ever stronger, an IT network analyst shares his checklist to help ensure that your campus network is ready to manage the onslaught.
Three concurrent phenomena threaten the future of liberal arts education.
The recent ability of universities to process large amounts of data at superfast speed opens the door to automated, mobile, and deeply personalized education.
Institutions need to take a dual approach to their mobile strategy.
Universities must foster both discovery and commercialization.