The latest news on online education
Accredited programs seeking a U.S. News ranking should complete the 2014 data collection questionnaires.
Good online course etiquette requires keeping writing professional and courteous, experts say.
Online undergrads need to be proactive in getting to know their instructors.
When an online course fails to meet your expectations, reach out to your instructor first.
International students can use MOOCs to test whether they are ready to study in the U.S.
Universities welcome MOOCs when paired with an on-campus component.
How the growth in massive open online courses, or MOOCs, will change the higher education landscape.
The Secretary of Education wants school systems to have networks with broadband speeds up to 120 mbps.
When finances are tight, consider earning transfer credits through online community college courses.
Experts are divided on whether massive open online courses will improve or destroy higher education.