Most college online chiefs expect hybrid shift by 2025, survey finds

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.

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by EdScoop Staff • 2 days ago

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

by Benjamin Freed • 1 week ago

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 • 2 weeks ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 4 weeks ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 1 month ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 3 months ago

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

by Emily Bamforth • 3 months ago

Houston's Lone Star College plans to launch LSC-Online, a fully online college, this August, a project six years in the making.

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