Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic

Within 45 days, agencies must appoint a software manager to oversee license and agreement inventories, and begin reporting progress in their license management by Nov. 30.

hybrid learning news

by EdScoop Staff

A survey by the online-education assessment organization Quality Matters suggests that hybrid learning will be the norm for most students.

by EdScoop Staff

The new "Tech Ready Louisiana" program will give residents free access to classes provided by the online education vendor Coursera.

by Benjamin Freed

The transaction comes two years after the University of Arizona purchased Zovio's Ashford University and rebranded it as the Global Campus.

by Lindsay McKenzie

Online learning company 2U plans to refocus its business around edX, the former rival it purchased last year for $800 million.

by Emily Bamforth

Antioch University and Otterbein University are launching on a national catalogue courses with a focus on social justice.

by Emily Bamforth

UMass Global, which was formerly known as Brandman University, has announced David Andrews as its next chancellor.

by Emily Bamforth

The Department of Education is reviewing how it regulates the relationships between colleges and their online program management services.

by Emily Bamforth

The Education Department reached a proposed settlement with about 200,000 borrowers who attended schools found to have committed misconduct.

by Emily Bamforth

OWL Labs, a vendor of video-conferencing devices used in 2,000 education organizations, is urging customers to patch several vulnerabilities.

by Emily Bamforth

Michael Chasen's edtech company, Class, plans to acquire a leading virtual classroom product, Blackboard Collaborate, from a company he co-founded.

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