19 mars 2017

College admissions now using social media like never before

eCampus NewsBy Ron Bethke. A new survey reveals that college admissions officers' use of resources like Facebook and Google to gather more information on applicants has reached an all-time high. More...

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3 myths keeping colleges from enrollment success

eCampus NewsBy Danielle Caldwell. Achieving Peak enrollment success requires enrollment officers to challenge underlying assumptions of elite performance, myths about what it takes to rise to the top. More...

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Students develop game-changing software for football teams

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. Tech-savvy educators know they must stay on top of the myriad changes and trends in education to learn how teaching and learning can best benefit from technology’s near-constant change. More...

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How the trust gap works against minority students’ higher-ed aspirations

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. Starting in middle school, minority students who experience mistreatment from educators can develop a trust gap that follows them through high school and beyond. More...

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What does it really take to build a flourishing online learning program?

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. A new report tracks online program improvements over the years and offers supports to guide institutions as they move forward. More...

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Dashboards can have make-or-break importance for underperforming students

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. Students at risk academically could benefit from access to student-centered educational dashboards. More...

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5 innovative strategies to support non-traditional students

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. Non-traditional students are one of higher education’s fastest-growing groups, and with data indicating that most of these students feel unsupported, institutions are stepping up strategies to help at-risk non-traditional students meet their academic goals. More...

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How to address faculty’s 3 biggest online learning concerns

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. As education becomes more accessible with advanced technology, more and more students are opting to enroll in online schools or take some of their traditional college courses online. More...

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Report: Higher ed still woefully unprepared against cyber attacks

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. Report indicates that of all sectors, education is the most at-risk when it comes to the ability to defend against cyber attacks of all kinds. More...

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The surprising new way students are paying for college

eCampus NewsBy Laura Ascione. In the face of rising college costs comes a somewhat surprising funding trend: students are increasingly turning to GoFundMe, a social fundraising platform that allows anyone to contribute to funding campaigns on the site. More...

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