Online learning is here to stay. In the 1990’s eLearning started to take off in the corporate world. At the time, eLearning was met with skepticism. Instructors feared being replaced by online courses. Learners did not like online learning. Still, despite the negative rap, online learning survived. Why? The benefits outweigh the dislikes. Here are five reasons why online learning is here to stay after the pandemic.
MOOCs have many advantages, in particular during these times of remote learning. Yet, savvy institutions do not ignore the drawbacks of these courses. Still, the benefits for creating MOOCs offers the university additional revenue streams.
Traditional colleges can learn a lot from the bootcamp model. Higher ed institutions continue to face declining enrollment. Yet, the bootcamp industry grows year over year. What can universities gain from partnering with bootcamp providers? Here are five benefits.
Top universities are launching massive open online courses at a rapid rate. Massive open online courses continue to grow in popularity. MOOCs are no longer just cheap and free, they are changing higher ed catalogs. Why? MOOCs give the following benefits.
The pandemic created a global demand for K-12 districts to offer safe ways to teach and learn. Savvy K-12 districts turned to expert providers to create strong virtual learning programs. Still, even with a few months under their belts, districts are struggling to keep up the momentum. Here are five tips publishers can do to help districts keep virtual learning as a long term strategy.
Some institutions are launching online programs without a clear grasp on how this step impacts education. Furthermore, publishers should be aware of three main challenges schools are facing.
Publishers know posting F2F materials in the LMS does not make effective online learning. Teachers need time and skill to create strong online learning. Administrators spent the fall distinguishing remote and online learning. Publishers need to be on the lookout for chances to explain.
By now, publishers know making personalized learning events is more than just digitizing current instructional content. When students drive their learning, they thrive. Likewise, when teachers facilitate student choice by using curated content, schools win. Providers should be aware of the following five examples.
The term “artificial intelligence” or "AI" brings to mind movies about robots. Adding robots to any class may seem unnatural and may make people uneasy. Fortunately, AI comes in many forms. Artificial intelligence is using computer programs that act like human...
When you hear the words “Business Management 101,” you probably imagine four months of weekly classes and exams. If you signed up for this course, you would learn many concepts, but some of them may not apply to your specific learning needs. You would benefit from...
A month ago, few people had heard of the coronavirus. Fewer still predicted this great exodus from traditional work environments to virtual ones. The COVID-19 situation seems like something from a science fiction movie: An sudden and unpredictable foe, a need for more...
No longer regulated to the clunky VHS players, video-based learning can be used by your staff to reach students across a range of disciplines. Faculty is able to use current content to fuel lively talks on current topics. Staff are able to get the following gains off...