Researchers can now access de-identified learning data from more than 230 massive open online courses (MOOCs) hosted on Instructure's Canvas Network.
From MOOCs to digital textbooks, here's what was trending on our Web site last month.
Franklin University has teamed up with a private partner in an effort to make it easier for students to transfer credits and complete their degrees.
Digital curriculum provider Cengage Learning has struck an agreement with another education technology company to use the latter's coding labs inside a series of new programming courses.
California's Sierra College is partnering with community makerspace Hacker Lab to offer an immersive bootcamp for entrepreneurs.
Using technology developed by Acrobatiq, a Chicago university has created a blended learning alternative intended to help first-time, first-generation college students complete their degrees.
Shmoop, a provider of test prep and online courses, has launched two new computer science courses with more on the way.
UC Irvine Extension will offer a certificate with the completion of an online program to help teach English to non-English speakers.
A new grant initiative aims to document the impact of interactive video chat on student engagement in online education.
Refugees will have access to college courses — and college credit — as part of a new agreement between edX and Kiron, a crowd-funded university in Germany formed for the express purpose of helping refugees earn their degrees.