A teacher at New York University teaches his class remotely from home after the university shut down regular classes out of concern for the spreading COVID-19 on March 13, 2020 in Brooklyn, New York.
How Online Learning Kept Higher Ed Open During the Coronavirus Crisis
IEEE Spectrum
MAY 13, 2020
Why Convenience Boosts Student Campus Life
EdSurge
MAY 6, 2020
How Online Education Went from Teaching Reform to Economic Necessity for Colleges
How Online Education Went from Teaching Reform to Economic Necessity for Colleges
EdSurge
MARCH 5, 2020
Why the Convenience University Will Rule Higher Ed
Why the Convenience University Will Rule Higher Ed
EdSurge
JANUARY 13, 2020
Higher Ed Has Now Split Into Dual Economies: Online and Traditional
Higher Ed Has Now Split Into Dual Economies: Online and Traditional
EdSurge
NOVEMBER 06, 2019
Coupling Recruitment With Retention Can Drive up Graduation Rates
Coupling Recruitment With Retention Can Drive up Graduation Rates
EdSurge
SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
How Online Degrees Can Advance Worker Careers in a Shifting Economy
How Online Degrees Can Advance Worker Careers in a Shifting Economy
EdSurge
AUGUST 5, 2019
Colleges Should Build Online Programs, Not New Gyms and Climbing Walls
Colleges Should Build Online Programs, Not New Gyms and Climbing Walls
EdSurge
JULY 10, 2019
The Adaptive Learning Market Shakes Out
The Adaptive Learning Market Shakes Out
Inside Higher Ed
JUNE 12, 2019
For Colleges, Outsourcing the Virtual Future Is a Bad Idea
For Colleges, Outsourcing the Virtual Future Is a Bad Idea
EdSurge
APRIL 22, 2019
Online Learning’s ‘Greatest Hits’
Online Learning’s ‘Greatest Hits’
EdSurge
FEBRUARY 20, 2019
Can Online Learning Help Higher Ed Reverse Its Tuition Spiral?
Can Online Learning Help Higher Ed Reverse Its Tuition Spiral?
EdSurge
DECEMBER 13, 2018
Shaking-up Piggy Bank Minds
Shaking-up Piggy Bank Minds
McGraw Hill
NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Opinion: With the Fox in the Henhouse, Betsy DeVos’s Ed Department Is Hurting Low-Income College Students
Opinion: With the Fox in the Henhouse, Betsy DeVos’s Ed Department Is Hurting Low-Income College Students
EdSurge
SEPTEMBER 13, 2018
Does Online Education Help Low-income Students Succeed?
Does Online Education Help Low-income Students Succeed?
EdSurge
JULY 17, 2018
Named Among the Top Higher Ed Articles in 2018
An Inside Look at Why Accreditation Works
An Inside Look at Why Accreditation Works
Inside Higher Ed
JUNE 14, 2018
How Risk-Averse Universities Take Chances with Satellite Campuses Abroad
How Risk-Averse Universities Take Chances with Satellite Campuses Abroad
EdSurge
MAY 15, 2018
Why College Is Not an Employment Agency
Why College Is Not an Employment Agency
EdSurge
FEBRUARY 06, 2018
Will Online Ever Conquer Higher Ed?
Will Online Ever Conquer Higher Ed?
EdSurge
JANUARY 18, 2018
From Neutrality to Inequality
From Neutrality to Inequality
EdSurge
DECEMBER 20, 2017
Named Among the 5 Top 2017 EdTech Stories
For State Universities, Big Is In
For State Universities, Big Is In
Inside Higher Ed
DECEMBER 6, 2017
Making the Most of MOOCs
Making the Most of MOOCs
TD Magazine
OCTOBER 5, 2017
Is Online Running Out of Steam?
Is Online Running Out of Steam?
Inside Higher Ed
MAY 10, 2017
creative E-learning Concept Book and Laptop 3d render on white
Why Online Costs Less, Not More
Inside Higher Ed
MARCH 8, 2017
Opportunity for Online Learning
Opportunity for Online Learning
Inside Higher Ed
MARCH 1, 2017
MOOCs Come Back to Earth
MOOCs Come Back to Earth
IEEE Spectrum
FEBRUARY 28, 2017
Online Cheating
Online Cheating
Inside Higher Ed
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
What Do Employers Really Think About Online Degrees?
What Do Employers Really Think About Online Degrees?
IEEE Spectrum
JANUARY 30, 2017
Can MOOCs Cure the Tuition Epidemic?
Can MOOCs Cure the Tuition Epidemic?
IEEE Spectrum
JANUARY 23, 2017
How the Pioneers of the MOOC Got It Wrong
How the Pioneers of the MOOC Got It Wrong
IEEE Spectrum
JANUARY 16, 2017
Why Faculty Still Don’t Want to Teach Online
Why Faculty Still Don’t Want to Teach Online
Inside Higher Ed
DECEMBER 13, 2016
The Good News About Learning by the Numbers
The Good News About Learning by the Numbers
The Chronicle of Higher Education
DECEMBER 11, 2016

Why Online Is an Ethical Practice
Inside Higher Ed
APRIL 10, 2019

From Anxious Online Dean to Confident Virtual Instructor
Inside Higher Ed
OCTOBER 17, 2018

Why Did Harvard Go Outside to Go Online?
Inside Higher Ed
OCTOBER 4, 2017

Return of the Online Predators
Inside Higher Ed
AUGUST 30, 2017

MOOCs Find Their Sweet Spot
Inside Higher Ed
APRIL 12, 2017

Let’s End the War Between Online and On-campus Instruction
Inside Higher Ed
MARCH 22, 2017

There’s No Success Like Failure
Inside Higher Ed
FEBRUARY 06, 2017