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How Blockchain Will Disrupt the Higher Education Transcript

Blockchain technology could offer a more learner-centered alternative to traditional credentialing. 

4 Rules for Writing a Better RFP

Issuing a request for proposal that gets the kind of response you want and need from vendors starts with refining your RFP process altogether.

Taking Competency-Based Credentials Seriously in the Workforce

Companies like AT&T and Google are expanding their partnerships with online education providers, creating new educational pathways to real jobs. 

Transforming Teaching at Fresno State with Tablets

This tablet program was as much about helping faculty integrate technology into their courses as it was about outfitting students with computing devices for their academics.

10 Tools for More Interactive Videos

Forget about PowerPoints with voice-over — that's old school. These "new school" apps can help you engage your students while they're learning from your lectures.

The Keys to Designing Successful Open Course Experiences

To improve the student experience in online courses, we need to focus on community-building, sharing and peer support.

6 Steps To Survive a Cyber Attack

The range and variety of sensitive data in higher education make it difficult to secure. In the event of a breach, this six-phase incident response plan will help guide your institution through the crisis.

pile of flash drives

How to Protect Sensitive Student Data on Flash Drives

For better or worse, the flash drive has become a ubiquitous tool for transporting data on campus. Here's how to keep that data secure.

Incubating Innovation at Southern New Hampshire University

Online education pioneer Southern New Hampshire U is launching an innovation lab to look for the ideas that will catapult the institution into the future.

Scaling Up Digital Literacy

Leaders at Clemson University's Center of Excellence in Digital Creativity have taken an all-or-nothing approach to digital literacy: Nearly 30,000 students and faculty all have access to all the software tools in the Adobe Creative Cloud, along with an impressive collaboratory filled with high-end hardware, collaboration tools, and expert guidance.

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