It turns out MOOC activity declines year-over-year in similar fashion to course participation per week, based on new research from MIT and Harvard.
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Grand Canyon University parent company isn’t playing around – buys Orbis for $362 million to fully enter OPM market
Getting past rev-share vs. fee-for-service artificial dilemma; the real choice for OPM market may become low-cost vs. full-cost online degrees
I recently finished three weeks of travel to ed tech conferences – Online Learning in Toronto, WCET in Portland, and EDUCAUSE in Denver. Given the size of EDUCAUSE and its history of being the place to see the greatest number of vendors in one location, that conference is a good trigger to cover general ed […]
It has now been four weeks since Chegg announced a data breach compromising personal information of up to 40 million users. Cue the crickets because the only coverage in ed tech press thus far is from EdWeek, which focuses on the K-12 market. That’s a shame, because if ed tech companies want a case study […]
Where in the world is Michael Sandiego?
Chegg data breach exposes up to 40 million registered users for loss of personal information, but company appears to focus first on stock price.