University expands global reach with Massive Open Online Courses

The University is in the process of globalizing its curriculum, which will offer more classes to hundreds of thousands of “participants” from all but four of the 195 countries around the world. | 0 Comments

Massive, online, open, and not disruptive

To date, MOOCs are not bubble-busters, tuition-busters, or even “democratizers” of higher education. Granted MOOCs show great promise for continuing education and professional development for working adults, but the value of MOOCs in undergraduate education is questionable. | 0 Comments


UI professor designing technology to bridge music and computer gap

Although music theory education has traditionally been confined to textbooks, University music professor Heinrich Taube is creating a technological, interactive tool to advance students’ studies outside of the classroom.  | 0 Comments


Ellucian Releases Constituent Relationship Management for Higher Ed

Ellucian has launched a constituent relationship management solution, dubbed Ellucian Enterprise CRM, designed specifically for higher education institutions. | 0 Comments

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