Online Learning

Course-sharing? Make sure you follow these 4 quality assurance checks

As quality assurance tightens across online learning, colleges and universities can now better gauge how much value course-sharing consortiums are providing to students.

11 tips to boost your pool of online students in 2024

Studying over 3,000 current, former, and prospective online students during fall 2023, a new report by EducationDynamics dives deep into online students' motivations and aspirations and the way they consume information. 

Nearly 90% of staff report major barriers between traditional and emerging academic programs

In the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers' (AACRAO) new survey on how institutions are mediating PCE units' coexistence with the academic registrar, they found that one-siloed PCE units that are now converging with the academic registrar are causing internal tension and confusion.

More than 40% of today’s online students are previous college stop-outs: report

A new report by Wiley found that half of today’s online students had previously stopped out of a college-level degree or program and one-third are first-generation students.

Why higher education must be reinvented to suit the new generation of students

Institutions must reconsider fostering coming-of-age experiences for young adults as its main business model to a knowledge service whose programs are as fluid as tomorrow's students, according to an Ernst & Young report.

Online students: Who are they and how can you win more of them?

Thirty percents all students enrolled in higher education in 2021 were enrolled online. As online study rises in the mainstream, schools can start with these tools to earn their favor.

How to give students what they want in an online class

Above all, students want access to course information regarding technology use and instructors' expectations and syllabi prior to enrolling in an online course, according to a just-released study.

How a college’s mobile app connects students when they can’t connect

Allowing students to download assignments so they complete their work offline is a key feature of Casper College's new mobile app.

3 ways college students are feeling about online learning in 2022

Students increasingly expect their schools to offer academic support, career counseling and even social activities online, according to the 2022 CIN EdTech Student Survey by the College Innovation Network at Western Governors University.

How badly did study abroad programs suffer this past school year?

During the 2020-2021 academic year, participation in the programs declined by 96% compared to the previous year, according to a new report from Open Doors.

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