Up-front cost savings and operational efficiencies are two of the main reasons some education consortia adopt a common learning management system. Over time colleges have also seen pedagogical benefits to using a common LMS, according to a new report from the California Community Colleges Online Education Initiative and Mindwires.
The University of Southern Indiana has launched an accelerated online master of business administration degree in an effort to make an MBA degree more accessible to residents of Indiana and neighboring areas.
The first students to complete a doctorate degree online have graduated from Pennsylvania State University.
Kettering University is launching three new fully online graduate certificate programs.
Western Governors University and Wiley have partnered to launch The Journal of Competency-Based Education, which has released its inaugural issue.
Northwestern University in Illinois has launched a new Digital Learning website to showcase the innovative online and blended learning practices of campus faculty and provide information for those who want to implement digital learning.
single-minded professor at East Tennessee State University has persuaded a publishing software company to team up with his institution in an alliance that will result in on-campus learning experiences for students, digital marketing curriculum for educators and a revamp of the university's website infrastructure, among other changes.
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The University of Michigan will launch three new online certificate programs that will be available on the edX MOOC platform.
ThingLink, provider of an interactive media platform, has launched a new multimedia editor designed to allow users to annotate 360-degree images and videos and view them in virtual reality.