These Twitter users report, analyze, and even use instructional technology, sharing their own unique experiences that we can all learn from.
A College is Saved by Distance Learning The poor economic condition in the nation is weighing heavily on many of the country’s colleges, the smaller ones in particular. According to a Chronicle of Higher Education article by Marc Parry, Southern New Hampshire University, a little known nonprofit university, has found a way to to thrive [...]
Healthy diets actually mean the healthiest possible academic performance, with more than a trickle of scientific evidence backing up traditional sayings.
A small op-ed piece touts, ”Good Riddance to ‘For Profit Colleges’” while betraying some of the very reasons why higher education in its various incarnations is desperately needed and should be supported. The Gawker.com article is loosely based upon a reasonable and accurate exposition in
Collaboration between colleges and businesses is a great idea, and new projects are popping up in all areas of industry with positive response.
Think textbook are overpriced? You’re not the only one. A new group is taking action against rising college textbook prices and what it calls a broken publishing industry. Dubbed the Textbook Rebellion, the coalition is comprised of students, parents, professors, and organizations including the Student Public Interest Groups and is calling for alternatives to the [...]
While we’ve tried to give some perspective, it’s also important to remember that each business is different.
While cautions about finding a job post-graduation do have their place, it’s important for online students to remind themselves of art’s value in society and remember why they were so inspired to initially pursue the path.
Today The Telegraph published a thought-provoking article entitled: "Parents responsible for quarter of online teacher abuse." The article draws attention to another, largely ignored aspect of cyber-bullying that is disturbing in several ways. Matt Warman, the author of the piece and Consumer Technology Editor for the publication, quotes a Plymouth University study that found: "Teachers [...]
There’s a new gender gap in education. Women already outnumber men in both college enrollment and graduation, and now a survey by the Pew Research Center has found that women also seem to get more out of college. That, after its study of 2,142 adults found that exactly half of all women who graduated from [...]