14 mai 2016

Minnesota wants for-profit college students’ loans forgiven

eCampus NewsBy Christopher Magan. State officials claim students were ‘misled’ by for-profit colleges. More...

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4 ways to navigate unrealistic expectations placed on advancement leaders

eCampus NewsBy Zachary A. Smith. Expert gives advice for the campus advancement leader in today’s era of unrealistic expectations. More...

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Your thoughts: Can tech really improve writing?

eCampus NewsBy Art Goldberg. “Any English majors in this class?” I always ask the students in my freshman composition courses on the first day. Hardly ever do I get a reply. Next to never. More...

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CU system reaping the benefits of MOOCs

eCampus NewsBy Ronald Bethke. As revenue trickles in, profit from MOOCs is a “welcome surprise”. More...

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Social media’s top 50 colleges and universities

eCampus NewsBy Ronald Bethke. Technology and data company Engagement Labs released its 2016 ranking of the top 50 U.S. colleges and universities on social media networks Facebook and Twitter. More...

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Developing country MOOC users not like those in the U.S.

eCampus NewsBy Ronald Bethke. A new study from researchers at the University of Washington has revealed that half of developing country MOOC users are receiving certification. And while many assume that the main barrier to developing country MOOC use is lack of technology skills or access, the huge barrier to sign-up has nothing to do with technology, say non-users. More...

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Students say digital presence is key to enrollment decisions

eCampus NewsBy Ronald Bethke. Digital presence via campus websites and social media can all majorly impact college decisions this year, say students. More...

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3 blossoming fields of study with massive potential

eCampus NewsBy Meris Stansbury. For institutions eager to help their students not only leap into the job market, but enter a future-proof career, these fields of study are wise investments. More...

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Alternative pathways: Perks, but there also many pitfalls

eCampus NewsBy Meris Stansbury. Two higher education experts discuss the overarching benefits of higher ed alternative pathways, as well as the roadblocks and pitfalls to their success. More...

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17 crowdfunding sites for millions in higher ed donations

eCampus NewsBy Meris Stansbury. Taking a cue from savvy students, colleges and universities are turning to online crowdfunding sites to rake in millions in alumni donations and program and research funding. More...

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