Stephen Downes

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ProctorU Launches Multifactor Online Student Verification
McGraw-Hill Education Launches Textbook and E-Book Rental Program
Georgia College Produces Student-Written E-Textbook
7 Things Higher Education Innovators Want You to Know
Southern New Hampshire U Issues Blockchain Credentials to College for America Grads
Moodle Intros Full Support for Competency-Based Ed
European MOOC Platform Expands to 5 U.S. Universities
Kaltura Launches Lecture Capture Solution
Maplesoft Releases Online Courseware Environment for STEM
Macmillan Learning Intros Curated OER Course Materials
Partnership Working to Connect Degrees and Certifications
Wiley to Acquire Knewton Assets
Lumen Learning to Provide Delivery and Support for Carnegie Mellon's OLI Courseware
Credential Engine Counts More than 738,000 Unique Credentials in the U.S.
New Blockchain Student Recruitment Platform Manages Credentials, Transcripts and More
Amgen and Harvard Launch Free Online Science Ed Platform
Lumen Learning Intros Professional Development Program for Faculty
Virtual Education Platform Emulates Face-to-Face Interactions
Online Discussion Platform Adds Auto-Grading
Faculty Awareness of OER Has Increased for 5 Years Straight, Yet Adoption Is Flat
15 Mistakes Instructors Have Made Teaching with Technology in the Pandemic
6 Key Technologies Moving Teaching and Learning Forward in 2021
5 Ways to Address Inequities in Higher Education
73 Percent of Students Prefer Some Courses Be Fully Online Post-Pandemic
The 2021 Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) report
The Future of Online Learning Is Flexible and Stackable
AI-Powered Tutor Uses Google Cloud to Generate Learning Activities
Anthology and Blackboard Merging to Create Massive Ed Tech Ecosystem

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