by Kul Xie and Sheng-Lun Cheng If you teach classes online, chances are you your students probably procrastinate from time to time. Research shows that more than 70% of college students procrastinate,.
by Chris Impey Massive open online classes, or MOOCs, have seen a surge in enrollments since March. Enrollment at Coursera – an online platform that offers MOOCs, has skyrocketed and.
by Rebecca Koenig Like many others teaching college classes across the country, Sharyn Hardy spent the last few days figuring out how to translate her carefully crafted classroom lectures into.
Closer inspection reveals a different reality in online classes, one where student-to-student, faculty-to-student and faculty-to-institution interactions are limited. This article is only available to subscribers. If you're a subscriber, log.
Indeed, despite the large dropout rate, MOOCs certainly end up serving a significant number of students. If the initial enrollment in a MOOC is 40,000 and only 4,000 actually complete.
The Poynter Institute and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University will launch an innovative online certificate program for adjunct faculty and others who teach journalism.