Six good reasons to use open educational resources in the classroom, plus one caveat.
Low-cost, high-quality textbooks may once have been a myth, but no longer: Open educational resources provide a wide variety of free learning content for practically any subject. CT asked three OER enthusiasts for their favorite tips and tools.
What's the best way to get people moving in the right direction with open educational resources?
CT debunks the top five OER misconceptions.
What you need to know about OER formats, accessibility concerns, tools, copyright issues, events and more.
Non-technical end users can now build their own mobile apps using a modular, do-it-yourself approach.
The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) and Hobsons completed a pilot study during AY 2013-2014 of adult learners at eight participating higher education institutions. The investigators have just released "Measuring Impact: Findings From a Study of Adult Student Gains and Satisfaction." CT asked Jim Fong, Director of the UPCEA Center for Research & Consulting and Todd Bloom, Chief Academic Officer at Hobsons for their comments.
Campus Technology 2014 brought together technology thought leaders for a dialogue on data, change, MOOCs, innovation and more.
Wayne State University is rolling out a homegrown portal focused on real-time, two-way communication and better anticipating users' needs.
Inspire more student engagement in a flipped class with these two pedagogy-driven methods.