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World Trends in Online Education

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  • Twitter Chat: How to Develop Good Online Learning Habits - U.S. News & World Report July 31, 2014
    Twitter Chat: How to Develop Good Online Learning HabitsU.S. News & World ReportOnline learning has increasingly become an option for students seeking to earn a degree without having to quit their jobs or relocate to campus. Successful online students must often balance school with work and family commitments, as well as interact ...
  • MIT-Spun 'YouTube for MOOCs' is Solving a Major Problem Plaguing Online ... - BostInno July 31, 2014
    MIT-Spun 'YouTube for MOOCs' is Solving a Major Problem Plaguing Online ...BostInnoCritics continue to latch on to the unfavorable statistics when talking about the effectiveness of online learning, without acknowledging there's more to it than course completion rates. MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab can prove ...
  • Move Over MOOCs, It's Online, Competency Time - Forbes July 31, 2014
    Move Over MOOCs, It's Online, Competency TimeForbesWhen massive open online courses, or MOOCs, took the world by storm in 2012, all too often the description of them was accompanied by an adjective: disruptive. The implication? They were clearly disruptive innovations destined to transform learning.

RSS Trends in Education Technology

  • Why education is becoming especially ripe for technology developers - Chicago Tribune July 30, 2014
    Why education is becoming especially ripe for technology developersChicago TribuneThe confluence of Common Core Standards for students and the increasing use of smart tablets in schools makes education technology a fertile field for startups, Leap Innovations CEO Phyllis Lockett told attendees at a Technori Pitch event in Chicago on ...
  • Strategic Higher Education CIOs Invest In Technology To Improve Student Success - Huffington Post July 30, 2014
    Strategic Higher Education CIOs Invest In Technology To Improve Student SuccessHuffington PostToday's college students are mobile. Whether in class, relaxing in their living group, exercising in the gym, studying in the library, shopping in town, traveling to sporting events, or even sleeping in their dorms, they are always connected. This ...
  • Meena: High-speed internet will improve education - Jackson Clarion Ledger July 28, 2014
    Meena: High-speed internet will improve educationJackson Clarion LedgerCurrently the state trails the rest of the country in education technology use, which negatively influences high school graduation rates and student employment opportunities. Too few schools have access to high-speed broadband and Internet-capable ...and more »