Oversight and Quality
Accreditors and the U.S. Department of Education go head-to-head over online learning.
Despite questions about the use of computers in creative courses, some students and faculty embrace tutorials and videotaped lectures for mastering tactile skills.
- For U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan, Online Courses Fill a Valued Niche
- Foreign-Language Instruction, Digitally Speaking
- 7 Community Colleges Try an Online Doorway to Help Students Succeed
The Virtual Professor
When students write for one another, or even for the world, they produce authentic expressions of what they've absorbed in class.
Why wouldn't we educate students in sophisticated uses of the Internet, which commands an increasing amount of the world's time and attention?
- Why 'Digital Natives' Aren't Necessarily Digital Learners
- Why I No Longer Teach Online
The president of an online university says the quality of education is largely independent of the mode of delivery.
The founder of the tuition-free University of the People says, "Take my business plan, please!"
- Let's Deregulate Online Learning
- Assessment Changes Online Teaching From an Art to a Science
- Forum: From Homeric Writings to Cellphone Forensics, Some Favorite Online Resources