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U. Arizona acquires online university to better serve nontraditional students

by Betsy Foresman • 2 months ago

The University Of Arizona has acquired the fully online Ashford University and its technical infrastructure to expand its online platform.

University of Arizona launches global campus program

by Betsy Foresman • 5 months ago

International students in 34 countries can now attend online classes abroad to earn a U.S. degree from the University of Arizona.

U.S. News ranks best online degree programs for 2020

by Betsy Foresman • 8 months ago

More than 1,600 bachelor's and master's distance education programs are ranked as prospective students are offered more options than ever.

U. North Texas announces fully online bachelor's degree

by Betsy Foresman • 8 months ago

The new program, which includes degrees in IT and media innovation, caters to non-traditional students, such as adult learners and military.

​California making headway on plans for first fully online community college

by Ryan Duffy • 2 years ago

California Gov. Jerry Brown shared details about how his state is getting closer to rolling out its first fully online community college.

How California could reach millions of learners online

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

California Community Colleges' Eloy Oakley and ASU President Michael Crow discussed restructuring higher ed at the ASU+GSV Summit.

California headed for its first fully online community college

by EdScoop Staff • 3 years ago

The largest community college system in the country, serving 2.1 million students, will likely be adding an online college for working learners soon.

​It's time to rethink higher ed regulations to better serve today's students

by Julie Peller • 3 years ago

Commentary: Recent Education Department ruling illustrates why federal regulations need re-crafting to reflect today's tech-enabled education market.

Online college students crave community, new report finds

by Corinne Lestch • 3 years ago

Regular interaction and collaboration with other students and instructors would improve the online learning experience, according to those surveyed.