From online learning to facial recognition, here's what was trending on our website last month.
Qlik, a company that primarily makes data analytics tools for business, has added a new component to the free digital course materials it offers to universities.
The learning management system market is expected to grow from $5.22 billion in 2016 to $15.72 billion by 2021, according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, an India-based market research firm. That increase represents a compound annual growth rate of 24.7 percent.
Poll Everywhere has updated its clicker-free response system, also dubbed Poll Everywhere, to include live surveys.
Two universities share how the Quality Matters rubric informs their online course design and improves the learning experience for students.
Almost every university or college has some level of interest in providing competency-based education (CBE) of some form. The primary motivator for their interest is delivering access to "non-traditional" learners, followed by a desire to improve completion rates and address workforce needs. CBE offerings are especially of interest to non-traditional students; nearly twice as many adult students as traditional-age students enroll in CBE courses.
Those are a few of the findings in a new CBE report based on survey results from 251 American institutions, including responses from "CBE advocates, skeptics and everyone in-between," as the report's authors wrote.
The Education Department’s latest proposal sets forth several federal requirements for colleges and universities that offer distance education programs.
California State University and its Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching program are working to make open educational resources available for workforce training.
The work of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, while perhaps not as highly visible as that of some other organizations, is continuing as it has for the past 40-plus years, helping colleges and universities translate data into usable information for decision makers. Here, CT speaks with Sally Johnstone, who recently began her role as the nonprofit organization's new president.
Students from the Stanford Graduate School of Education's Learning, Design and Technology master's program will showcase their master's projects on July 29 at the LDT Expo on the Stanford campus.