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Online learning environments—on campus or at a distance—and the policy issues that affect them have come to the forefront of higher education. As policy-makers consider how to dramatically increase the percentage of the population with a postsecondary degree or credential within significant, long-term resource constraints, online and blended learning options dominate the discourse. And rapid enrollment growth in e-learning courses and programs signals that students and the public at large also see online and blended options as increasingly attractive.
Recent Publications and Webinars
- Day 1: IT as a Force of Change
- Day 2: How Technology Can Transform Pedagogy
- Day 3: Creating the IT Architecture for the Connected Age
The State of E-Learning in Higher Education: An Eye Toward Growth and Increased Access, ECAR Hub, June 2013. This ECAR report on e-learning incorporates results from a survey, focus groups, and interviews to provide a description of the current state of e-learning in higher education. In this report are insights into the challenges of e-learning, the concerns about e-learning that remain, the most important factors to consider in selecting e-learning technologies, how accreditors view and approach e-learning, and the specific steps institutions can take to make progress in their e-learning initiatives.
ELI 7 Things You Should Know About MOOCs II, June 2013, This brief describes what a massive open online course (MOOC) is, who in higher education is using it, where this delivery model is going, and why it matters to teaching and learning.
Thinking about Accreditation in a Rapidly Changing World, EDUCAUSE Review, April 2013. Online learning has provided a platform for rethinking delivery models, yet much of accreditation is not designed to account for these new approaches.
The Beginning of Something Big, EDUCAUSE Live! March 2013. This webinar explores "online" learning by asking "What if we used the best technology has to offer?" and "What new models are possible?"
Next Generation Learning: The Pathway to Possibility, NGLC, April 2013. This white paper discusses observations about the innovative approaches used by grantees of Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC), The resulting framework was developed with both K–12 and higher education in mind, since NGLC works with both educational systems.
Library Items on this Topic
EDUCAUSE Library Items for E-Learning
- Mobile Ramblings
December 15, 2011
While attending the 2011 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Philadelphia, I was interviewed by Jennifer Sparrow, Director of Emerging Technologies and New Ventures at Virginia Tech. The following audi…
- Mobile-Enhanced Inquiry-Based Learning: A Collaborative Study
December 15, 2011
Key Takeaways Mobile devices provide new opportunities to support student learning in addition to their more common entertainment uses of watching video or listening to music. T…
- Mobile IT in Higher Education, 2011—Infographic
December 2, 2011
Back to Research Report Hub In a very short time, mobile computing has become a fixture in many people’s lives , and the 2011…
- Mobile IT in Higher Education, 2011—Slide Presentation
December 2, 2011
In a very short time, mobile computing has become a fixture in many people’s lives , and the 2011 ECAR study of mobile IT investigates how this technology is being incorporated into highe…
- The Digital Revolution and Higher Education: College Presidents, Public Differ on Value of Online Learning
August 28, 2011
This report, written by Kim Parker, Amanda Lenhart and Kathleen Moore, is based on findings from a pair of Pew Research Center surveys conducted in spring 2011. Below is a list of topics discu…
- EDU11: As Learning Goes Mobile
November 7, 2011
In this session by Lee Rainie , Director of the Pew Internet and American Life Projects, he discusses the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project's latest findi…
- Mobile Computing 5-Day Sprint—Summary
June 3, 2011
This EDUCAUSE brief summarizes the main themes from the EDUCAUSE Mobile Computing 5-Day Sprint, held April 25–29, 2011. This learning experience brought together presenters and hundreds of part…
- On the Cutting Edge: Innovative Services That Blend Technology with Purpose
February 13, 2013
A session at the West/Southwest Regional Conference
Join this lively session for a look at three exciting and innovative services being offered to meet new challenges on our campuses including data management, the need to rethink and repurpose physi…
- Will Mobile Learning Bring a Paradigm Shift in Higher Education?
January 27, 2011
In the light of technology-driven social change that creates new challenges for universities, this paper considers the potential of mobile learning as a subset of e-learning to effect a paradig…
- Mobile Devices in Teaching and Learning Video
April 26, 2011
A variety of higher education leaders comment on the use of mobile devices in teaching and learning. A variety of higher education leader…