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educationdive | March 04, 2020
As U.S. colleges consider how the global coronavirus outbreak could affect their campuses, some are asking about how they could shift courses online to limit its impact on instruction. That's according to education technology companies and consultants, who told Education Dive they are seeing an uptick in those inquiries. "It's happening very quickly, so it's definitely become top of mind for a lot of schools," said Phil Hill, an ed tech consultant with the firm MindWires, a...
prnewswire | January 21, 2020
Online Schools Report has released their ranking of the Best Online General Education. Based on the most up-to-date Department of Education data, these schools offer the best online general studies programs in the country. General education majors build a strong base of knowledge in dozens of subjects. As STEM and career-training programs rise in popularity, some students may feel like a general education degree is too expensive a risk. However, according to the Department of Education's Col...
Study International | March 25, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing universities around the world to close their campuses and shift students into online learners, you’re probably seeing terms like “MOOC courses” and “online degrees” being used. Not every online programme is created equal. Before choosing one, it’s best to know what sets one apart from the other. In this article, we explain the differences between online degrees and MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses): One way that MOOC course...
educationdive | April 28, 2020
Three dozen higher education groups are requesting Congress make it easier for small colleges to access federal coronavirus relief programs aimed at small businesses if it expands them in the future. In a letter from the American Council on Education (ACE) to lawmakers last week, the organizations ask for more flexibility in loans administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).Institutions have been trying to minimize financial damage from the pandemic as many refund room and board...
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