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Over 8,200 people from around the world are currently registered for a UBC massive open online course on Indigenous education.
BC Children’s Hospital researchers and UBC students create their own e-textbook and new software platform
Undergraduate students in a cancer genetics class created their own e-textbook for their course.
Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson visited a social psychology class at UBC, to talk to students about how they have benefitted from the use of open textbooks.
The two-day event brought together students, researchers, faculty and staff to explore educational data.
The number of UBC students using open textbooks has doubled since last year, according to a report published by the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology.
This article looks at how the intersection of digital badges, learning analytics, and differentiated assessment could be beneficial to learners.
Mike Caulfield looks at how higher education is best suited to save the web.
Fritz Breithaupt looks at a way to make the humanities more relevant and applicable for students.
Five key ways to use predictive analytics to successfully address high drop-out and low completion rates
This article looks at ways that colleges and universities can effectively use predictive analytics.
The New Media Consortium and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative have released their latest research on educational technology and its impact on higher education.
Jon Festinger explains how he has been using open education tools to engage students in a course about video game law.
Today edX launched its Micromasters program. The launch includes 19 courses from 14 schools including MIT, Michigan and Columbia.
Claudia Krebs, a professor of teaching in the Faculty of Medicine, talks about how academics must view open education as a social responsibility.
Maja Krzic talks about how open education can help raise the profile of soil science for students and the general public.
A common theme in discussions about MOOCs and other forms of innovation has to do with disaggregation or unbundling.
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