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  • College Rankings Revisited: What Might an Artificial Intelligence Think? January 16, 2018
    What if, instead of relying on US & World Report subjective methods, we tried to rely on more object data analysis for college rankings? Here is one exploration of possibilities, using neural networks and the College Scorecard. The post College Rankings Revisited: What Might an Artificial Intelligence Think? appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Steve Lattanzio
  • Fall 2016 Top 20 Largest Online Enrollments In US – With Trends Since 2012 January 16, 2018
    A view of the 20 largest enrollments for students taking at least one online course in 2016; and a visual showing the trends from 2012 - 2016 The post Fall 2016 Top 20 Largest Online Enrollments In US – With Trends Since 2012 appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Fall 2016 IPEDS Data: New Profile of US Higher Ed Online Education January 14, 2018
    We have the data from IPEDS for Fall 2016 Distance Education enrollment, organized by sector and by state The post Fall 2016 IPEDS Data: New Profile of US Higher Ed Online Education appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Top Hat Marketplace: What is it and should we care? January 7, 2018
    Despite initial questions about Top Hat Marketplace, the deeper I look the more convinced I am that this is something to watch The post Top Hat Marketplace: What is it and should we care? appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Fall 2016 IPEDS First Look: Continued growth in distance education in US January 4, 2018
    The new IPEDS data for Fall 2016 are out, and first look shows continued growth in distance education in US colleges and universities. The post Fall 2016 IPEDS First Look: Continued growth in distance education in US appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Good Enough vs. Better Enough: The Macmillan Example January 2, 2018
    Macmillan’s new white paper on their approach to efficacy is an illuminating counterpoint to Cengage’s Unlimited strategy in the battle that’s unfolding in the curricular materials industry. The post Good Enough vs. Better Enough: The Macmillan Example appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Before We Turn Over Curriculum To Apple And Amazon . . . December 29, 2017
    Clarifications on my recent media comments about Apple and their initiative to push Swift programming and how colleges and universities need to tread carefully The post Before We Turn Over Curriculum To Apple And Amazon . . . appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Cengage Unlimited Textbook Author Update December 23, 2017
    Cengage Unlimited raises some substantial challenges for the company’s relationships with its authors. The post Cengage Unlimited Textbook Author Update appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Cengage Unlimited Draws the Battle Lines in the Curricular Materials War December 19, 2017
    Which will win: "Good enough" or "better enough"? The post Cengage Unlimited Draws the Battle Lines in the Curricular Materials War appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Pearson Open Sources Equella—Properly December 16, 2017
    It's a topsy-turvy world we live in, Jane. The post Pearson Open Sources Equella—Properly appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein

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