Campus Technology Insider
Trends and Analysis in Higher Education Technology 8/4/2017


  • How to Help Faculty Build Online Courses

    The University of Arizona developed a toolkit to help new instructional designers and online instructors get up to speed in creating courses for students that might never show their faces on campus.

  • Finding the ROI of Online Programs

    It's time to get serious about growing online education programs if your institution wants them to be sustainable. This Arizona State University research project is examining the costs and benefits of scaling digital learning in order to share replicable return-on-investment mechanics and tools for any school willing to take on the challenge.

  • Nobody's Watching: Proctoring in Online Learning

    There is no single best way to handle proctoring for digital courses, as this community college system pilot discovered.

  • The Case for a Next-Generation Learning Platform

    Is higher education responding effectively to the changes going on all around us? Here, education futurist Daniel Christian reminds us to keep our "heads up" and urges the development of a next-generation learning platform.

  • Building Real Community Online with Free Apps

    Giving students "voice, choice and connectivity" will help them gain a sense of belonging in a group even when they're states and countries apart.

  • 2017 Ed Tech Trends: The Halfway Point

    Four higher ed IT leaders weigh in on the current state of education technology and what's ahead.



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