Schools have been collecting data on students through standardized tests and other means for years, but teachers, parents and other stakeholders in students' development often don't have the opportunity to use that data to help meet individual students' needs, according to a new report from the Data Quality Campaign.
Ten online courses from digital publisher Shmoop have recently earned a-g approval from the University of California, bringing the total number of a-g courses offered by the company to 20.
The business school at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is adding five new focus areas to its online MBA program for a total of 11 areas of specialization.
Pearson’s partnership brings a new feature to MyMathLab and MyStatLab that offers students feedback and support while solving math problems.
Syracuse University's College of Law has teamed with a private partner to develop a hybrid juris doctor degree program.
Cornell University hosted a collaborative, informal "unconference" on the digital humanities — the use of technology in humanities teaching and research — at the university's Olin Library on April 9-10.
Nanodegree students can now visit physical learning centers for in-person instruction.
WorldWideWhiteboard 6.0 offers several new distance learning options.
In three years, adaptive learning has evolved from an ill-defined concept in higher ed to a key category of education technology, according to a new report from consulting firm Tyton Partners. And the most significant change since 2012: the development of new adaptive technology features to meet institutional needs.
Open textbook projects are gaining momentum, says Creative Commons' Cable Green, but there is still work to be done.