Blockchain technology could offer a more learner-centered alternative to traditional credentialing.
Gale has launched Gale Researcher, a platform designed to enhance collaboration between librarians and classroom faculty.
Gale has added a new archive, American Fiction, 1774-1920, to its Primary Sources program.
Online coding school Treehouse is introducing a new degree program designed to prepare students for entry-level developer jobs.
A partnership between Fishtree and Blackboard is bringing the former's personalized learning technology to the Blackboard Learn LMS.
Cengage Learning has selected the winners of its Make It Count instructor video contest.
DigitalSignBuilder.com has launched a collection of new all-in-one custom digital sign directory and wayfinding packages for higher ed.
Companies like AT&T and Google are expanding their partnerships with online education providers, creating new educational pathways to real jobs.
The future for digital credentials is still a bit foggy. A new survey on the topic found that just over a third (36 percent) of people involved in human resources and talent management have any knowledge of the topic. Only a quarter of those surveyed have already begun using digital credentials, such as badges, in their recruitment or hiring processes.
Excelsior College and the United States Office of Personnel Management have partnered in an effort designed to make higher education more accessible and affordable to more than 1 million federal employees and their spouses or domestic partners.