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Innovating Together: Collaboration as a Driving Force to Improve Student SuccessIn Print Edition

In the often-contentious discussions about the future of U.S. higher education, one idea garners wide agreement: our institutions need to innovate. Since collaboration is the driving force for most innovation, it follows that developing a successful model for collaborative innovation—for innovating together—is the most sorely needed disruption in higher education.


Partnering to Advance Learning in a Technology-Enhanced WorldIn Print Edition

Building environments that afford new, high-impact learning opportunities for tomorrow’s citizens and workforce requires collaborative expertise. Integrating the science of learning into technology-enhanced learning environments and developing a research agenda and methodologies to iteratively discover more about learning in these environments depend on multifaceted partnerships.


Credentialing in Higher Education: Current Challenges and Innovative TrendsIn Print Edition

Although colleges and universities are the beneficiaries of a growing credential society, they communicate only a fraction of the educational experience that happens on their campuses. Higher education must find ways to credential better—with more information and in more accessible ways—using the transformative technology we now have available.


MOOCs for Wisconsin and the WorldMultimedia

A new MOOC initiative from the University of Wisconsin–Madison ties the topics to communities in the state of Wisconsin and gives residents an opportunity to meet in person.


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Engaging Students with a Mobile App

Texas A&M University at Galveston deployed a mobile app that facilitates student social engagement while letting administrators measure levels of use and track emotional trends and potential problems.

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Engaging Faculty in Online Education

By drawing on direct experience, facilitating learning from peers, and exploring engagement practices, Brown University's online development team is creating an online learning "adoption wave" among faculty.


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