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From catching Pokémon in the real world to donning a virtual reality headset to see and feel what it was like to scale the Berlin Wall before its fall, advancements in immersive media have set the (more...)
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What does the future of transportation have anything to do with the future of higher education? (more...)
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In 2011, when Gov. Rick Perry urged Texas universities to find a way to offer degrees for less than $10,000, many in the higher education world scoffed. Texas A&M University-Commerce leapt into (more...)
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Who oversees online programs at colleges? The question sparked an internal investigation at George Washington University, after a lawsuit last year raised questions about whether the academic quality (more...)
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Having been through the hype-cycle a number of times, from the ill-fated UK eUniversity project of the early 2000s to the “disruptive” impact of Moocs (massive open online courses), a degree of (more...)
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He was the less famous of the Apple co-founders, but in the technology world, the name Steve Wozniak remains huge. And now that name is being attached to a new set of academic programs designed to (more...)
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There has never been a more exciting time to be associated with the education field. New technologies are allowing teachers and administrators to re-imagine pedagogical processes that have remained (more...)