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Deal with online giant threatens Pennsylvania colleges, Moody’s warns

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If you want to understand how online degrees are shaking up traditional colleges and universities, look at Pennsylvania. In January 2020, the state’s 14 community colleges signed an unusual agreement with a private nonprofit university far outside Pennsylvania’s borders to encourage students to complete their bachelor’s degrees online. Future of Learning. Mississippi Learning.

HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods

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According to UNESCO, global demand for higher education is expected to grow from 100 million students currently to 250+ million by 2025. Naturally, technology plays a central role in scaling quality education supply to meet this demand.

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After the Pandemic, Higher Education Can’t Afford to Go Back to ‘Normal’

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As educators, we craft learning experiences based on the pedagogical foundations set by those who came before us. To serve students during the pandemic and beyond, I believe institutions not only must innovate their approaches to learning, but also their approaches to teaching.

How can teachers use VR in the classroom?

Neo LMS

These days, using multimedia tools is a foregone conclusion for the well-resourced teacher; technology is enabling greater interactivity and engagement between students as well as with the information they are required to learn. E-learning Teachers

5 Years Since Starbucks Offered to Help Baristas Attend College, How Many Have Graduated?

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The arrangement was possible logistically because Humberstone took her courses in business and environmental sustainability entirely online. Lessons Learned As of spring 2019, there were about 12,000 Starbucks employees enrolled in ASU classes.

ASU’s Starbucks Deal Was Just the Beginning

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About two years ago Arizona State University famously inked a deal with Starbucks, allowing its baristas to get steeply discounted (in some cases free) tuition to take online courses from ASU. A couple of years ago ASU made a deal with Starbucks that gives a discount to its employees to take online courses at your university. Starbucks did it for a much more interesting reason, which is, Starbucks wants to be an exemplar of what a 21st-century company can be.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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Online Education (The Once and Future “MOOC”). UC Berkeley says it will remove online course content in response to a Department of Justice assertion that the materials violate the ADA as they are not fully accessible to those with disabilities. Remind me: who’s keeping track of the b t associated with words like “open online education”? But oh yes, kids, “everyone should learn to code” for job security. Education Politics.

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