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Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic

by Jake Williams

A new survey of online learners finds increasingly positive views of online learning compared to data from before the pandemic.

Jenzabar releases course marketplace designed to 'unbundle' higher ed

by Emily Bamforth

The administrative software publisher said a new course marketplace is part of a broader effort to make education accessible to more students.

Teaching and learning innovation requires supporting (and incentivizing) instructors

by Emily Bamforth

Finding innovations in teaching and learning requires communication with instructors and new offices, speakers said at an event.

OPM contracts need more oversight, government auditor finds

by Emily Bamforth

The Department of Education is responsible for making sure institutions and online program managers are complying with federal laws on student recruitment, the Government Accountability Office found.

Grow With Google training now free for 500 workers at every U.S. business

by Emily Bamforth

Grow With Google is now offering every business in the United States 500 free scholarships to its certificate program.

Universities are connecting continuing education students to industry mentors

by Emily Bamforth

The University of Maryland Global Campus is using Springboard to connect its continuing education students with industry.

CUNY to spend $8 million to create online program management unit

by Emily Bamforth

Academic departments across the 25-campus system submitted proposals for the new CUNY Online program.

Google announces $100 million fund for students earning online career certificates

by Emily Bamforth

The Google Career Certificates Fund covers program entry fees and can provide support for other costs, like childcare and transportation.

As higher ed data challenges grow, so do security threats

by Jake Williams

The opportunities university IT leaders see when it comes to data protection and security are vast, but the threat landscape is continuing to grow rapidly, experts say.

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