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Awareness and adoption of open educational resources continue to grow, a new report suggests. But the movement could be overshadowed by publisher initiatives like inclusive access.
Several West Coast universities have moved instruction to remote learning. Faculty are now left to figure out what that means for students.
New study says student evaluations of teaching are still deeply flawed measures of teaching effectiveness, even when we assume they are unbiased and reliable.
Compelled to close their campuses to limit the spread of coronavirus, U.S. universities with Chinese branches move at lightning speed to take teaching online.
Podcast features discussion with Bryan Alexander about his book Academia Next.
New research finds male college students are more likely to ask for grade changes.
Big textbook publishers and retailers are accused of squashing competition from independent college bookstores.
MOOC platform Coursera is teaming up with the University of North Texas to offer an online bachelor’s degree aimed at working adults with some college credit.
Bryan Alexander's new book, Academia Next, attempts to predict the future of higher education. We asked him a few questions about what's in store.
California's new online-only community college grabbed headlines again with its CEO's departure. While some see the college as a doomed venture, others say it's too soon to pass judgment.
Landmark College, the first institution for students with learning disabilities, is growing online courses. Here's how they're different.
The traditional university credential faces growing competition and criticism, but postsecondary institutions around the world are responding with new designs and delivery models, Jeff Maggioncalda writes.