24 avril 2019

3 strategies to start reimagining the learning management system

eCampus NewsOnline learning, by and large, has become a vast, sterile wasteland of outdated content and pedagogy; here’s how to start fixing it. More...

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Are work colleges the answer to the student debt crisis?

eCampus NewsAmericans currently owe a combined $1.3 trillion on their student loans, according to the Pew Research Center. That’s more than double the amount owed just a decade ago—and nearly four in 10 adults under the age of 30 are now paying off debt from their education. More...

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How to use 360-degree video to engage students online and off

eCampus NewsInspired by the potential of VR but faced with the realities of my own editing potential and the price of VR headsets, I started with a fairly basic, but transformative, video technique: 360-degree video. More...

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This technology can help higher ed address students’ mental health

eCampus NewsOnline therapy platforms can help colleges offer mental-health services to students. More...

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Reimagining the student onboarding experience through collaboration

eCampus NewsHere's how Carlow University streamlined and improved its student onboarding experience. More...

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Inclusive access programs offer tangible results to students and faculty

eCampus NewsThe exorbitant costs of paying for college sometimes means that other priorities take a backseat. For students already struggling to pay tuition fees, necessities that help them succeed in college, such as textbooks, are often tossed out the window. More...

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2 actions university leaders can take to impact student wellbeing

eCampus NewsThe acute wellbeing needs of young people today are at crisis levels, and higher-ed leaders know that college students require additional supports from their schools, parents, and counselors. In fact, The Council for the Advancement of Standards for Higher Education (CAS) has produced the new Cross-Functional Framework for Advancing Health and Well-Being to address the complex issues of health, well-being, flourishing, and thriving of college students in the context of a healthy community. Further, the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) measures the degree to which higher-ed institutions are committed to student success and providing support for students’ overall well-being across a variety of domains, including the cognitive, social, and physical. More...

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5 reasons why Mott Community College’s mobile app is outstanding

eCampus NewsLike most of the higher-ed world, the leaders at Mott Community College in Michigan knew they’d better have a robust mobile app to recruit and retain tech-savvy students as well as to provide their faculty with information and resources. More...

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College sustainability efforts grow

eCampus NewsLast year, New Jersey’s Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) announced that it’s the first two-year institution of higher education in the country to reach a significant environmental milestone: carbon neutrality. More...

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Le devenir des bacheliers professionnels qui poursuivent des études - Note d'information n°7 - Avril 2019

ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv frUn élève sur cinq entré en sixième en 2007 est diplômé d'un bac professionnel. La moitié d'entre eux ont obtenu ce diplôme sans avoir connu de redoublement dans leur scolarité. Six bacheliers professionnels sur dix poursuivent leurs études l'année post-bac et la moitié d'entre eux s'orientent en section de techniciens supérieurs (S.T.S.). Le parcours scolaire et la mention obtenue au baccalauréat sont déterminants dans leur poursuite d'études et leur réussite. La moitié des bacheliers professionnels qui poursuivent leurs études en S.T.S. obtiennent leur B.T.S. en deux ans. Ils réussissent moins que les bacheliers technologiques (66%) et généraux (81%). Plus...

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