5 Tips for Setting up an Online Course Quickly

5 Tips for Setting up an Online Course Quickly

Across the nation, educators must face the extraordinary challenge of rapidly moving traditional in-person classes to an online environment. A top-notch online program can take months to develop. However, for many colleges and universities, there’s no longer time to spare in setting up an online course environment. The current public health crisis has forced schools…

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Digital Education Helps Increase Student Enrollment

Digital Education Helps Increase Student Enrollment

For the past eight years, undergraduate enrollment rates have decreased across the board. From spring 2018 to spring 2019 alone, the overall student enrollment rate dipped by 1.7 percent.  Rising tuition costs and the fear of being saddled with significant student loan debt are just a few major reasons for this decrease in college enrollment.…

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What Are the Advantages of Differentiated Instruction?

What Are the Advantages of Differentiated Instruction?

When educators don’t proactively implement instructional strategies that align with their students’ learning styles, those students tend to lose focus on instructional materials. Consequently, when tested, learners in single-strategy educational environments often show poor retention of the subject matter covered. This results in a higher dropout rate, a lower pass rate, and consequently a reduced…

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Concerned about Academic Dishonesty? </br> Learn How Online Proctoring Works & How It Can Help

Concerned about Academic Dishonesty?
Learn How Online Proctoring Works & How It Can Help

According to a recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics, more than one-third of students registered in post-secondary classes at American colleges and universities are enrolled in distance learning. As more adults are pursuing new career paths and recent high school graduates seek more flexible learning environments, that number is expected to grow.…

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Five Key Focus Areas for Your Online Education Strategy

Five Key Focus Areas for Your Online Education Strategy

Student success doesn’t mean what it used to. More than a passing grade or a strong essay score, the modern higher education experience has been transformed by technology. Today, a student’s online education experience is just as important as their experience in the classroom. Each year, the Online Student Success Symposium (OS3), sponsored by Strada…

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Choosing the Right Medical Terminology Online Course Materials

Choosing the Right Medical Terminology Online Course Materials

To compete with early-adopting institutions and increase student enrollment numbers, many institutions are refining their online learning offerings. Online courses can save money, increase enrollment, and even optimize FTE/SCH — but not all online courses are created equal. Before you add medical terminology online courses to your department homepage, make sure you’re using a vendor…

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How Colleges Can Lower the Cost of Online Learning

How Colleges Can Lower the Cost of Online Learning

Online learning in higher education has no shortage of benefits for students. Online courses are more accessible, easier to fit into a work schedule, and tend to be more cost-effective. These benefits aren’t just for students, though. A study on online learning from ASU discovered that online courses can save institutions 3%-50% in operating costs.…

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