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June 6, 2017

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JUNE 5, 2017
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FEATURED ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Download US Department of Education’s Report

Condition of Education 2017 A Letter From the Commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics May 2017 On behalf of the National Center for Education Statistics, I am pleased to present e Condition of Education 2017, a congressionally mandated annual report summarizing the latest data on education in the United States. is report is […]

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RESEARCH-BASED ARTICLES OF THE WEEK
From digital commons to the data-fied urge: Theorising evolving trends in the intersections of digital culture and open education

This paper aims to unravel the interlacing of learning theories and media theories in order to map out how the link between digital culture and open education has been argued in related research and scholarship. Taking into account evolving trends and trajectories in the fields of digital networked technology and education since the 1990s, it […]

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Approaches Reflected in Academic Writing MOOCs

Since it was first introduced in 2008, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been attracting a lot of interest. Since then, MOOCs have emerged as powerful platforms for teaching and learning academic writing. However, there has been no detailed investigation of academic writing MOOCs. As a result, much uncertainty still exists about the differences of […]

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Web accessibility and technology protection measures: Harmonizing the rights of persons with cognitive disabilities and copyright protections on the web

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) obligates State Parties to ensure full and equal access to the web for persons with disabilities. However, copyright law and policy sometimes poses challenges to realizing full and equal access to the web for persons with varying physical, mental, and cognitive disabilities. Recent […]

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Bridging the digital divide for people with intellectual disability

Recent data from several studies and surveys confirm that our society has entered the digital and information age. Some authors mention that information and communication technologies (ICT) have the potential to enhance people’s power to act and promote equal citizen participation. These elements are particularly important for people living with intellectual disability (ID). However, it […]

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IN THE NEWS
The NextGen LMS – Not Just An eLearning Portal

Had the same Learning Management System for the last few years? Guess what – a lot of exciting things happened while you weren’t looking! eLearning Industry

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The Pulse: Conversation With Ken Hartman

This month’s episode of the Pulse podcast features an interview with Ken Hartman, a veteran of online learning and currently CEO of Degree Quest. Inside Higher Ed

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The McGraw-Hill Education 2017 Future Workforce survey

The McGraw-Hill Education 2017 Future Workforce survey captures more than 5,000 college students’ hopes, worries, and opinions about their preparedness for future careers. McGraw-Hill Education

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Collaboration between Ball State, other state universities ensure affordable access to essential software

There’s strength in numbers when it comes to higher education software agreements. Five Hoosier public institutions capitalized on their combined size to secure a new deal to provide Microsoft products to tens of thousands of students, faculty and staff at a significant discount. Ball State University

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