This EAB infographic subdivides the millennial student market by personal and professional traits.
This infographic from the Online Learning Consortium sums up emerging trends in technology and higher ed in 2016, and encourages further growth in ed tech.
This EAB infographic illustrates the correlations between first-year GPA and degree completion rates, with an emphasis on those students with GPAs between 2.0 and 3.0.
This EAB infographic illustrates the core elements and varied mechanisms of university budget modeling.
This EAB infographic illustrates six opportunities for experiential learning that can help keep students on track to graduate and ensure better preparation for the workforce.
This EAB infographic illustrates ten ways in which technological information or data can help improve university decision making.
An updated version of this Education Advisory Board presentation, given to the online/hybrid task force on March 7, 2016.
This visualization was created to accompany the annual report from the Babson Survey Research Group (see previous post).
The 13th and final comprehensive annual report on online education, put out by the OLC, the Babson Survey Research Group, and others. Full report available for download.
The decision to end the reports in their current form is also based on the maturation of distance education programs in higher education and the growing number of other reports and surveys that have launched since we began this particular effort back in 2003. When more than one-quarter of higher education students are taking a course online, distance education is clearly mainstream.
Allen, I. Elaine, and Jeff Seaman, with Russell Poulin and Terri Taylor Straut. Online Report Card: Tracking Online Education in the United States. February 2016.
EQUIP, or Educational Quality Through Innovative Partnerships, is a new program from the U.S. Department of Education. The department will provide access to Title IV funds to chosen partners (both traditional and non-traditional), while waiving the rules about the use of content from other entities.
The goal of this experimental program is to allow traditional schools to lower educational costs and increase access by partnering with nontraditional providers, such as MOOCs or code academies or boot camps, by creating hybrid programs that are eligible for enrolled students to access financial aid.
Introductory PowerPoint slides created by the Department of Education are embedded below:
Want to know more? Here are some starting points: