Traditional lectures are failing students in STEM disciplines. According to a new meta-analysis published this week, a staggering 55 percent more students flunk purely lecture-based STEM courses than flunk courses taught with some sort of active learning component.
Regent University Professional and Continuing Education is adopting business software designed for non-traditional institutions of higher education in an effort to increase growth and enhance current offerings.
Harper College, a two-year community college in Illinois, is using early warning and student tracking software as part of its Project Success initiative, which identifies and tracks students who are at risk of not completing their diploma or certificate programs and then intervenes to ensure those students have the guidance they need to help them complete their courses.
Allegheny College's associate director of IT offers six lessons learned from a recent constituent relationship management rollout.
London South Bank University is investing in a major way with IBM to help attract and retain students, and it will be adopting an IBM cloud platform to facilitate those efforts.
Up until now ISS has built a name for itself among military customers. Can the same technology developed by this defense contractor to identify potential risk on the battlefield help you retain your students too?
Hobsons today announced the launch of Radius, a student lifecycle management (SLM) product designed to engage students during recruitment, enrollment and through to graduation.
PlattForm, a provider of marketing services and enrollment solutions for colleges and universities, is launching two new enrollment and program management offerings: Attribrand and Academic Program Management (APM).
Valdosta State University in Georgia has improved student retention rates with the help of business intelligence and information discovery tools.
Stanly Community College is using Student Success Plan (SSP), open source case management software from Unicon, to better engage at-risk students and promote student success.