From viral pranks to heart-melting confessions, it has become hard to avoid TikTok—and Gen Z’s obsession with the social media platform. But an outcry over data and privacy concerns has both government and higher education institutions thinking twice.
Understanding the Viability and Growth of the Non-Degree Market
Coming out of the pandemic, Eduventures has seen increased interest in non-degree programming—among adult prospects and institutions alike. Many institutions, especially those seeing adult learner enrollment decline, are scrambling to jump into this growing market.
Online Program Management Regulation is on the Horizon
A pair of announcements made in February by the Department of Education (Department) is raising the alarm for companies that provide a wide range of outsourced software and services, and the institutions that rely on them.
Let’s Talk About the Mental Health Crisis in Higher Ed
Like the rest of the higher education community, we share in Michigan State’s sadness and grief as it grapples with last week’s tragedy. After traumatic events like these, students report increased anxiety, tension, and insecurity—an impact the university will no doubt contend with in months and years to come.
Recharge Your Higher Education Online Strategy in 2023
Historically, online strategy has happened at the course or program level—often reduced to putting campus-based programs online to reach more students and counteract struggling enrollments. But today the line between online and on-campus students is blurring. The assumption that these modalities appeal to entirely separate audiences may soon become outdated.
Revisiting the Price/Speed/Quality Paradigm in Online Education
A recent study by New America reported that 55% of respondents said online learning was as good as or better than in-person instruction, up from 37% a year ago.