Macmillan’s new white paper on their approach to efficacy is an illuminating counterpoint to Cengage’s Unlimited strategy in the battle that’s unfolding in the curricular materials industry.
"Outcomes" covers impact—including the measurement of it—for technology-enabled education initiatives.
New research shows that the effectiveness of what may seem like common-sense techniques for learning how to learn are not effective in many cultures.
A new report by Tyton Partners provides an alternative lens through which to examine California Governor Jerry Brown’s proposal to develop an online community college and an interesting model framework for analyzing macro educational policy issues in general.
Digital badges seem to be filling in the cracks for career readiness—and sometimes college readiness—that aren’t covered by formal degree and certificate programs.
Northern Arizona University appears to be getting good results with their math emporium model, based on their internal analysis. The study isn’t water-tight, but it is fairly compelling.