There have been justifiable complaints that the OIG’s rejection of WGU’s courses was arbitrary. That may be true, but the fact that the judgment was arbitrary doesn’t automatically mean that it was incorrect.
"Research" examines academic studies of technology-enabled education initiatives, including the quality of the research and of its coverage in the press.
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.
A guest post by Carnegie Mellon researchers gives us more perspective and follow-up information on a study about faculty reluctance to adopt “innovative” teaching practices.
New view of North American LMS market share, this time scaled by institutional enrollments. Second part in series.