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How Digital Learning Helps Colleges and Universities Optimize FTE and SCH

How Digital Learning Helps Colleges and Universities Optimize FTE and SCH

Digital learning is slowly but steadily changing the business model for higher education. Researchers at Arizona State University and the Boston Consulting Group found that online courses can improve retention and graduation rates, all while saving students time and money. And, online courses attract a more diverse pool of students, including more older students, women,…

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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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7 Essential Elements of Digital Health Science Education

7 Essential Elements of Digital Health Science Education

The results are in: Digital learning is good for both students and learning institutions. A 2018 study of community colleges and universities found that digital learning contributed to higher retention and graduation rates, while also lowering institutional costs $12-$60 per credit hour. In previous posts, we’ve further explored the benefits of digital learning in detail.…

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Digital Learning, E-Learning, Online Learning: What’s the Difference?

Digital Learning, E-Learning, Online Learning: What’s the Difference?

The democratization of information is one of the wonders of modern times. Knowledge isn’t held captive behind university walls; it can spread throughout the world. Students don’t have to search for learning; digital learning can come directly to them. These new ways of teaching and learning benefit teachers as well. Teachers can take on more…

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