14 mai 2016

Improving the Ties Between Faculty and Administration

The EvoLLLutionBy Angela Walmsley - EvoLLLution. Collaboration and mutual respect are central to developing a positive relationship between faculty and administration, the development of which is critical to institutional success. More...

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Towards CourseFax: How Putting Information in the Hands of Consumers Would Transform Higher Ed

The EvoLLLutionBy Richard Novak - EvoLLLution. Creating a system more focused around learning effectiveness and educational progress would put more power into the hands of consumers to make institutional choices that more closely mapped to their specific demands and expectations. More...

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Student-Centeredness and Continuing Education: An Imperative

The EvoLLLutionBy Gary Matkin - EvoLLLution. The effectiveness of learning outcomes, one of the linchpins of student success and a definer of student centricity, is becoming increasingly reliant on the strength of an institution’s continuing education offerings. More...

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Many Future Jobs Will Not Require a Bachelor’s Degree—Where Does that Leave Higher Education?

The EvoLLLutionBy Susan Kryczka - EvoLLLution. The four-year degree is no longer a necessity for individuals entering today’s workforce. Institutions need to do more to ensure their offerings are in demand both by students and employers. More...

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Open Access Over Closed Doors: Defining Institutional Success at Two-Year Colleges

The EvoLLLutionBy Valerie Jones - EvoLLLution. By focusing on student success at every level of the institution, it becomes more feasible to hold institutions accountable to what their students are able to accomplish after graduation. More...

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Standing Out Online

The EvoLLLutionBy Amanda Major - EvoLLLution. The online higher education marketplace is lucrative but highly concentrated, which is challenging for institutions currently competing for enrollments. More...

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The Hidden Benefits of Corporate Training Programs

The EvoLLLutionBy Vicki Brannock - EvoLLLution. When universities think about the benefits of non-credit programs the first thing that comes to mind is revenue generation. But really that is only a piece of what these programs can offer. More...

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Build or Partner? Becoming Competitive in the International Postsecondary Marketplace

The EvoLLLutionBy Geraldine de Berly - EvoLLLution. Private pathway program providers create opportunities for universities to leap into the Intensive English Language Program marketplace with both feet, but sometimes they create more questions than answers. More...

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New STEM academy targets adult learners

eCampus NewsThe University of Denver’s Center for Professional Development and Silicon STEM Academy (SSA) have partnered to provide “STEM for Grown-Ups”, a new curriculum of interactive STEM-Intensive CEU courses and pathways for teachers and other professionals. More...

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IBM Watson to tackle cybercrime

eCampus NewsIBM Security is launching Watson for Cyber Security, a new cloud-based version of the company’s cognitive technology trained on the language of security as part of a year-long research project. To further scale the system, IBM plans to collaborate with eight universities to greatly expand the collection of security data IBM has trained the cognitive system with. More...

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