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Free College Finds Success in Tennessee

Tuition-free attendance in Tennessee is raising college and full-time enrollment and speeding the awarding of degrees. Those are the outcomes shared with the state's Board of Regents regarding the first class of "Tennessee Promise" students, who entered college in the fall of 2015 and have gone through four semesters since then.

2017 Readers' Choice Awards

Campus Technology readers weigh in on their favorite tools and tech for higher education.

National Academy of Sciences Starts Framing Data Science Education

The goal of the project is to envision what the field might look like in the future to help institutions better understand what they need to do "to move data science education in that direction."

Report: Taking Just 1 More Course Improves Student Persistence

Based on data from 60 institutions and nearly 1.4 million students, a new report found that, particularly for part-time and nontraditional students, "even small shifts in course load can have a profound impact on success rates."

Getting 100 Percent LMS Buy-in from Faculty

These two institutions faced the same goal — convincing all their instructors to use the learning management system. Here's what's working.

Cengage Launches OER Product

Cengage today introduced OpenNow, a digital content platform for general education courses based on curriculum-aligned open educational resources.

The Impact of Binging on Education Content

Binge-watching leads to poorer sleep, less family time in front of the TV and even less enjoyment of the content. But at the same time could it also generate better learning outcomes and higher completion rates?

Excelsior College Taps ProctorU for CourXam Exams

Students taking courses through Excelsior College's CourXam platform can now take exams from anywhere using a computer, webcam and internet connection, thanks to a partnership between the institution's Center for Educational Measurement and online proctoring company ProctorU.

Good Samaritan College Invests in Blended Learning, Analytics and Adaptive Tech

This fall, Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Sciences, a private, nonprofit higher education institution in Cincinnati, is rolling out a new learning management system from D2L.

MIT Launches Digital Plus Courses for Professional Learning

MIT Professional Learning is launching a new program designed to offer organizations courses for their employees that feature project-based challenges designed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology faculty.

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