The higher education technology marketplace—captured in our recently-published 2020 Higher Education Technology Landscape (Landscape)—continues to evolve since we published our first report in 2014. This year’s Landscape responds to the strains the COVID-19 pandemic...
The COVID-19 crisis has brought with it many uncertainties for higher education. Initial questions about whether to address the pandemic in COVID-19 messaging with prospective and admitted students quickly evolved into how to address it.
It’s all over the higher education news cycle: institutions are rapidly moving forward on revamped pricing strategies. The COVID-19 crisis and ensuing economic calamity have pushed the question about the viability of tuition price resets right to the top of the priority list.
Online program strategy has taken on new meaning and direction in the midst of COVID-19. Institutions must balance previously established plans—or lack thereof—to launch online master’s programs with new priorities to provide safe distance learning alternatives.
For “real” online learning, institutions will need to ensure that they place student needs, or student-centeredness, at the center of their approaches.
Over the past couple of weeks, the tide has shifted optimistically toward plans for an on-campus fall semester. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, 68% of colleges now say this is their intent.