26 novembre 2017

Found in translation: Higher ed reaches out to international students

University Business Magazine logoAs competition for international students intensifies and more first-generation students enroll, there’s no one-size-fits-all method for reaching families in their native languages. More...

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College teachers-in-training prep with virtual students

University Business Magazine logoThe University of Wyoming now uses an augmented reality platform with a simulated class as part of its teacher education program. More...

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Social media: Going beyond English

University Business Magazine logoReaching students and families with social media posts in their native language is one way higher ed institutions can build engagement and drive traffic to the website. More...

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Web content experts on creating multilingual pages

University Business Magazine logoProviding a multilingual web experience conveys that the institution cares about a diverse background of applicants as well as their enrolled student body. From a digital marketing perspective, providing a web interface in the student’s native language will likely increase enrollment by driving overall web conversions. More...

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Stackable, flexible and connected options for college students

University Business Magazine logoThere are efforts underway to position colleges and universities to recognize “prior learning” in ways that go beyond today’s standard approaches. More...

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Higher ed academic fraud investigations: A better way

University Business Magazine logoThe traditional university model of an in-house administrative investigation run by some combination of university administrators and professors is a disservice to both the accused and the university. It is arcane and inefficient. More...

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The State of Credentialing report by the Lumina Foundation

University Business Magazine logoThe Lumina Foundation has been pursuing the goal of recognizing and accepting for-credit microcredentials and learning experiences for several years, through their Connecting Credentials effort and the proposed framework they launched back in 2015. More...

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Automating credentials recognition and exchange with Blockchain

University Business Magazine logoThe evolving state of credentialing will make room for the emergence of new players, who can hold badges or service blockchains between students, campuses and employers. More...

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Coaching grad students who stop out

University Business Magazine logoOfficials at Webster University in Missouri noticed a number of graduate students had stopped registering for classes. Recognizing they did not have the staff resources to provide intensive support, they formed a pilot with InsideTrack, a company that partners with colleges to create adaptive coaching options. More...

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Colleges that are investing in impressions

University Business Magazine logoThe investigations into election interference by Russian interests using Facebook and Twitter ads underscores the influence that digital advertising can have on opinions and behaviors. More...

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