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Sharing Courses? Google It

Three liberal arts colleges in Michigan team with the company to share courses via interactive whiteboards and videoconferencing. The results could be transformative, participants say.

Another Publisher Expands OER Footprint

Macmillan Learning will offer low-cost digital textbook bundles in 16 gen-ed courses, joining experiments that drive down prices for students (and potentially profits for publishers).

MOOCs: Fewer New Students, but More Are Paying

Annual analysis of the massive open online course landscape finds fewer first-time students are taking the classes, but more of them are spending money and pursuing credentials.

Rejecting Criticisms -- and Addressing Them

George Washington University administrators think criticisms of its online programs are overblown -- but they also want to improve the programs and address ambient concerns.

Smashing Faculty Skepticism

Faculty members need one-on-one consultation, positive reinforcement and examples from early adopters before they'll commit en masse to transforming their classrooms.

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