Two universities share how they are using adaptive courseware to increase retention and graduation rates — and the challenges they have run into along the way.
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Knovation has introduced content integration services that will allow users to gain access to digital resources through applications their districts use. The integration can happen via API or through the cloud.
Rather than rely on a single LMS to manage all aspects of teaching and learning on its 17 campuses, the University of North Carolina system created an app store that gives faculty a chance to experiment with cutting-edge tech.
Educators still use "adaptive" and "personalized" learning interchangeably. Does it matter?
BrainStorm STEM Education has launched Python Temple, a new course intended to teach students how to program using Minecraft and Python.
Ovum's latest report examines the key trends that are expected to impact higher education in the new year.
A master in mobile learning shares his best advice for rebooting your instruction.
CT asks Ray Uzwyshyn, the director of digital and collection services for the Texas State University library, about research data repositories — a technology that is just coming into its own. He offers both a current view of the technology and insight into its impact.
California’s City College of San Francisco has been unable to prove to the state that instructors taught approximately 16,000 students in nearly 600 online courses from 2011 to 2014. No fraud is suspected, but the college will repay the state $39 million over the next 10 years.