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Aspiring educators aren’t comfortable using edtech. Here are 3 ways colleges can help

Just over half of educator preparation programs (EPPs) report that most of their faculty incorporate technology into their training, a new report suggests. As a result, first-time teachers lack the confidence to use edtech in the classroom at a time when the profession can't avoid it.

AI has given edtech a breath of fresh air. Will it last?

Despite shaky short-term forecasts, edtech is still poised for long-term growth, and AI is currently driving the buzz at edX, the popular online learning platform. Reports focused on decade-wide analysis rather than year-to-year changes reaffirm the viability of edtech: The market is expected to be near $1 trillion by the end of the decade.

Online learning needs a makeover as demand continues to grow

Across the globe, higher education institutions work tirelessly to build and maintain a record of excellence for quality educational experiences, and that same effort and strategic mindset should be applied to online education.

How can your school help faculty overcome edtech fatigue and burnout?

WGU Labs' 2023 EdTech Faculty Survey provides crucial insights into pain points in the faculty experience with edtech and how to achieve a successful technology-enabled future.

4 ways financial aid partnerships can help you ride out the turbulent FAFSA season

FAS found that only about 25% of institutions are satisfied with existing financial aid services. Recent national developments will only exacerbate the problem.

Despite concerns, only 3% of colleges have developed student policy on AI

However, firsthand use of generative AI changed administrators' beliefs about the need for regulation. Only 14% of those who use it believe it will negatively affect student learning.

Digital credentials: Higher education’s new frontier

Higher education professionals, industry leaders and state legislators are beginning to recognize its revelatory potential to foster the next chapter of academic equity, workforce access and attractive program offerings.

Despite regulation efforts and student complaints, this popular edtech platform marches on

2U, Inc. has gained notoriety recently for allegedly engaging in deceptive recruitment strategies and contributing to students' high debt load.

How should we teach with AI? The feds have 7 fresh edtech ideas

Keeping humans at the center of edtech is the top insight in the federal government's first stab at determining how colleges should teach with AI amid concerns about safety and bias.

Elite private colleges may be the only financially healthy segment 3 years from now

A new report by consulting firm Bain & Company is forecasting the majority of higher education to be in a tough financial spot three years from now due to a confluence of operational challenges affecting institutions.

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