MOOCs, Blended Learning, Online Learning & Flipped Classrooms


U California Irvine Launches Online Certificate Program in English Language Instruction

UC Irvine Extension will offer a certificate with the completion of an online program to help teach English to non-English speakers.

Shindig Grant Program to Study Interactive Video Chat in Online Ed

A new grant initiative aims to document the impact of interactive video chat on student engagement in online education.

Refugees Offered MOOCs for Credit

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.

Rutgers Launches Online Big Data Certificate Program

Responding to the growing demand for data skills in the workforce, the Center for Innovation at Rutgers University is rolling out a new online certificate program focused on data analytics and big data.

Embry-Riddle MOOCs To Explore Aviation

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is expanding its offerings of massive open online courses.



The Revolution in Higher Ed Is Coming ... But When?

Higher ed innovation guru Richard DeMillo talks about how and where to look for the massive transformation of education taking place right before our eyes.

Fox Valley Technical College Helps Bring Online Career and Technical Ed to Wisconsin

Fox Valley Technical College, the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139, the McFarland School District and K12 have partnered to launch Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin, an online high school focused on career and technical education, the state's first such school.

6 Major Barriers Impeding Technology Adoption in Education

Experts identify the most substantial tech-related obstacles to education, ranging from the solvable to the downright wickedly difficult.

MIT Taps Private Partners for Online Systems Engineering Program

The new four-course program is intended to keep professionals up to date on what is required to design and develop products in a rapidly changing environment.

2 More Illinois Districts Join Dual-Credit Distance Ed Consortium

Two small Illinois school districts have joined a distance education consortium for dual credit college-level courses, bringing the total number of member districts to four, and a fifth district may soon join them.

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