16 janvier 2020

Here’s how AI can elevate higher ed

eCampus NewsAI could flourish on campuses if unhindered by policies on privacy and data security. More...

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#7: These 10 hard and soft skills will be key in 2019

eCampus NewsA new LinkedIn analysis offers a look at the hard and soft skills managers desire most in employees. More...

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#6: 7 new online education trends

eCampus NewsLearning is changing, and these online education trends are shedding light on a whole new crop of students. More...

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#5: 3 challenges & solutions around online learning

eCampus NewsE-learning may be the greatest revolution in today’s education. More...

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#4: Higher-ed leaders: Here’s how Generation Z learns best

eCampus NewsAs much as Generation Z has embraced technology for social engagement, students very much still value an on-campus education experience. More...

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#3: 41 edtech predictions for higher ed in 2019

eCampus NewsWhat innovations can your university look forward to this year. More...

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#2: Are you up on the latest trends in higher education?

eCampus NewsAn increased focus on measuring learning, along with putting more thought into redesigning learning spaces, are two trends with great significance for higher ed in the next couple of years, according to the Horizon Report. More...

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#1: 5 major online-learning challenges—and how to solve them

eCampus NewsPerhaps they weren’t expecting an online course to be demanding. Or, maybe they lacked the self-discipline required to succeed in an online learning environment. Whatever the reason, Watts encounters many more students who struggle to learn online than she sees laboring in a traditional course. More...

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20 edtech predictions for higher ed in 2020

eCampus NewsWe asked educators, edtech executives and stakeholders to look to the future and share their thoughts and predictions about what trends will be most prominent in 2020. More...

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Collaboration technology is an endlessly flexible way to transform learning

eCampus NewsTeachers have always competed for their students’ attention, but that competition is now fiercer than ever. Children as young as kindergarten are able to use mobile devices, so naturally their expectations are going to be incredibly high when it comes to the technology integrated into classrooms. More...

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