In the early days of online learning, digitization wasn’t a transformative or revolutionary development, even though some may have thought it was.
When several United States Senators asked us to share with them our practices and values on protecting student data, we were more than happy to contribute as an example of good stewardship.
After reflecting on another successful conclusion of Fusion, there were six highlights that I took away. For a recap of Fusion and its highlights, keep on reading.
#Learning2030 is about the conversations that are happening right now, about the future of learning as we approach the one-third mark of the 21st century.
See what’s happening today, so you can better prepare for tomorrow.
Examination scores for students exposed to active learning were approximately 6% higher than those taught via traditional lectures.
There is a myriad of choice and technologies now available to postsecondary institutions seeking to innovatively redesign the way learning happens on campus.
The influence of high tech information delivery has dramatically changed the way teachers teach and learners learn.
Today, 79% of all online students and 76% of alumni say that online education is “better than” or “equal to” on-campus education.
Institutions of every size and type are now experimenting with various ways to teach and learn online.
Making the right decision up front about the system and vendor can make the difference between the success and failure of a project.
By 2030, global demand for health workers will rise to 80 million workers, which is double the current (as of 2013) stock of health workers
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