04 mars 2016

Does a larger mallet actually change the game?

eCampus NewsBy Jeremy Cunningham. Whack-a-mole: the classic arcade game where a player is faced with a never-ending stream of moles popping up from the ground. When a player hit one in the right corner of the board, one pops up on the left side. Reforming education is a lot like Whack-a-Mole; the industry has so many interconnected issues and contradictory problems that no solution can cover every need. More...

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3 trends for better data management

eCampus NewsBy Andrew Barbour. In response to the data explosion in higher ed—and the value to be gleaned from it—institutions are rethinking data management and the traditional data center. More...

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Rutgers launches data analytics/big data certificate

eCampus NewsBy Laura Devaney. New certificate aims to help professionals expand their big data/data analytics skill set. More...

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New service helps with digital accessibility requirements

eCampus NewsBy Laura Devaney. Perkins School for the Blind launches Perkins Access to help organizations comply with upcoming federal rules for digital accessibility. More...

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Pearson launches higher-ed professional development webinars

eCampus NewsBy Laura Devaney. Online professional development sessions provide innovative pedagogical approaches across multiple disciplines, and opportunities to earn badges and continuing education credits. More...

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Report explores college, career readiness strategies

eCampus NewsBy Laura Devaney. A white paper from Pearson is designed to help educators navigate different approaches to students’ college and career readiness. More...

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5 vital focus areas to make postsecondary credentials a success

eCampus NewsBy Ron Bethke. A more accessible and easily understood system for credentials could have a major impact on learners, employers and education providers moving forward. More...

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The future of textbooks looks like this

eCampus NewsBy Meris Stansbury. New, comprehensive data reveals the inevitability of digital textbooks and course materials; same old issues of quality, cost, and access. More...

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Calif. students may receive free community college tuition

eCampus NewsOffering free tuition for more than 1 million full-time community college students is expensive, says KCRA news station. Could college really be free? Doesn’t someone have to pay for it. More...

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Open textbooks gain in push for college affordability

eCampus NewsBy Michael Melia. Open textbooks are growing in popularity as university administrators see them as a way to increase affordability. More...

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