Given the crisis in education, more universities should be willing to undertake innovative experiments--even if they ultimately fail.
Small universities have fewer resources and fewer employees, and they can't afford to spend as much money on technology as their larger counterparts. Brad Marcum, director of academic data services at the University of Pikeville – Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, provides six tips to level the technology-implementation playing field for smaller schools.
MOOCs will change higher education radically, but not in the way we expect right now.
While the term "MOOC" brings to mind thousands of students viewing recorded lectures without much interaction, alternative models are fostering creativity and collaboration with peers.
Given how quickly MOOCs are evolving--and how much hype surrounds them--we all need to pay more attention.
Campus Technology 2013 celebrates 20 years of sharing ideas with friends and colleagues.
Steven Mintz, executive director of the Institute for Transformational Learning at the University of Texas System, writes that instead of arguing about whether MOOCs will stratify education or threaten tenure and job security for instructors, educators should see them as an opportunity to rethink pedagogy and instructional design for a new century and a new generation of students.
IT criticism of the iPad's enterprise-readiness has readers crying foul. Does the problem lie in IT intransigence, or could Apple be doing more?
Faculty take the fall for too many failed IT initiatives. It's time to focus on what IT departments are doing to drive faculty away.
Lost in a class of thousands, a MOOC enrollee yearns for a sense of community and shared learning.