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Selected Recent Literature on Technology and Education

The following is a list of articles as recommended by the Community. Please note this is not an exhaustive list. Additional article recommendations can be made by submitting a comment to the Committee.

  1. The Post-LMS LMS
    July 18, 2014, Inside Higher Ed
  2. Why Higher Education Cannot Resist Disruptive Change
    July 16, 2014, Forbes
  3. Unbundling Versus Designing Faculty Roles
    July 16, 2014, American Council on Education
  4. Beyond the Inflection Point: Reimagining Business Models for Higher Education
    July 16, 2014, American Council on Education
  5. Interactive Online Learning on Campus
    Testing MOOCs and Other Platforms in Hybrid Formats in the University System of Maryland
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    July 10, 2014, Ithaka S+R
  6. One Professor Schemes to Keep Colleges in the Web’s Fast Lane
    July 10, 2014, The Chronicle of Higher Education
  7. Creative destruction - A cost crisis, changing labour markets and new technology will turn an old institution on its head
    Jun 28th 2014, The Economist
  8. The digital degree
    Jun 28, 2014, The Economist
  9. Google Will Finance Carnegie Mellon’s MOOC Research
    June 24, 2014, The Chronicle of Higher Education
  10. Guest post: Blending and flipping modern architecture
    June 23, 2014,The Chronicle of Higher Education
  11. A Smart Way to Skip College in Pursuit of a Job
    Udacity-AT&T ‘NanoDegree’ Offers an Entry-Level Approach to College

    June 17, 2014, The New York Times
  12. Colleges Using Online Courses Is Credit Positive, Moody’s Says
    June 13, 2014, Bloomberg.com
  13. Data, Data Everywhere
    June 10, 2014, Inside Higher Ed
  14. Via Tablet or Smartphone, Learning With MOOCs
    June 4, 2014, The New York Times
  15. 3 Universities Earn Accolades for Tech Innovation
    June 4, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  16. Business School, Disrupted (Harvard Business School)
    May 31, 2014, The New York Times
  17. MIT and Harvard release de-identified learning data from open online courses
    May 30, 2014, MIT News
  18. Flipped learning skepticism: What about technology?
    May 16, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education Blog Network
  19. MOOCs: Expectations and Reality Full Report
    May 2014, Cost Studies of Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
  20. The Post-Textbook World: A Revolution in Access
    May 9, 2014, WIRED.com
  21. Technology Provides Foreign-Language Immersion at a Distance
    May 5, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  22. A Student-Data Collector Drops Out
    April 26, 2014, The New York Times
  23. Out in Front, and Optimistic, About Online Education
    April 13, 2014 The New York Times
  24. Brain Rewires Itself, Panic at Eleven.
    April 7, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education Blog Network
  25. Ex-Chief of Kaplan Aims to Build a Rival Digital Learning Company
    April 6, 2014, The New York Times
  26. Toward a common definition of “flipped learning”
    April 1, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education Blog Network
  27. Ex-Yale President to Join Online Education Venture
    March 24, 2014, The New York Times
  28. What Color Is Your Online Adult Course?
    March 18, 2014, The New York Times
  29. 2013 Online Learning Report, Grade Change Tracking Online Education in the United States (PDF)
    March 11, 2014, Babson Survey Research Group
    Report Infographic, Grade Change (PDF )
  30. Work in Progress, the Online Learning Summit
    March 10, 2014, Inside Higher Ed
  31. No, His Name Is Not Ted - Chris Anderson, Curator of TED Talks, Builds his Brand
    March 7, 2014, The New York Times
  32. Online Ed Disconnect 
    March 6, 2014, Blog from Inside Higher Ed
  33. Getting student buy-in for the inverted calculus class
    March 6, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  34. Creating learning objectives, flipped classroom style
    March 5, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  35. The inverted calculus course: Using Guided Practice to build self-regulation
    March 4, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  36. The inverted calculus course and self-regulated learning
    March 3, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  37. Textbook Publishers Push to Provide Full Digital-Learning Experience
    March 3, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  38. Conjecture, Tension, and Online Learning
    February 24, 2014, Educause Review Online
  39. MOOCs: Been There, Done That
    January 20, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  40. Tempered Expectations
    January 15, 2014, Inside Higher Ed
  41. Doubts About MOOCs Continue to Rise, Survey Finds
    January 15, 2014, Chronicle of Higher Education
  42. Applying Science of Learning in Education: Infusing Psychological Science into the Curriculum (2014)
    Society for the Teaching of Psychology
  43. NMC Horizon Report: 2104 Higher Education Edition
    The New Media Consortium
  44. After Setbacks, Online Courses Are Rethought
    December 10, 2013, The New York Times
  45. Online Education: More Than MOOCs
    December 6, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  46. A Truce on the Tech Front at San Jose State
    November 25, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  47. From the Archives: Google in the Writing Classroom
    November 7, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  48.  Still in Favor of the Flip
    October 30, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  49. In ‘Flipped’ Classrooms, a Method for Mastery
    October 23, 2013, blogs.nytimes.com
  50. A View from the Flip Side: Using the “Inverted Classroom” to Enhance the Legal Information Literacy of the International LL.M. Student
    September 2013, The American Association of Law Libraries
  51. MIT’s President: Better, More Affordable Colleges Start Online
    Sept. 26, 2013, Time Magazine
  52. New study: e-learning works for complex subjects and problem-solving
    September 12, 2013, Hechinger Report
  53. A Star MOOC Professor Defects--At Least for Now
    September 3, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  54. Don't Call It a MOOC
    August 27, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  55. Recession Pushes Major Education Innovation, And Investors Are Watching
    August 7, 2013, Stockade Group
  56. What we can learn from the Udacity/San Jose MOOC debacle
    July 26, 2013, Digital Hechinger Report
  57. Who Is Driving the Online Locomotive?
    July 24, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  58. San Jose State U. Puts MOOC Project with Udacity on Hold
    July 19, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  59. A MOOC Delusion: Why Visions to Educate the World Are Absurd
    July 15, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  60. Beyond MOOC Hype
    July 9, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  61. A University's Offer of Credit for a MOOC Gets No Takers
    July 8, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  62. Global Expansion of Massive Open Online Courses Pressures Most Colleges, but Strengthens Market Leaders
    June 24, 2013, Moody's Investors Service
  63. Universities in Consortium Talk of Taking Back Control of Online Offerings
    June 19, 2013, Chronicle of Higher Education
  64. Higher ed systems in 10 states turn to Coursera
    May 30, 2013, Wall Street Journal
  65. Three out of 2U
    May 17, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  66. Flipping with a MOOC -- A very new approach to teaching for me
    May 4, 2013, Science and Food (blogspot)
  67. College Adapt Online Courses to Ease Burden
    April 29, 2013, The New York Times
  68. California Bill Seeks Campus Credit for Online Study
    March 12, 2013, The New York Times
  69. The Professors' Big Stage
    March 5, 2013, The New York Times
  70. MOOC U
    March 1, 2013, University of Pennsylvania
  71. How Teachers Are Using Technology at Home and in Their Classrooms
    February 28, 2013, Pew Internet
  72. How EdX Plans to Earn, and Share, Revenue From Its Free Online Courses
    February 21, 2013, The Chronicle of Higher Education
  73. Twice as Many MOOCs
    February 21, 2013, Inside Higher Ed
  74. 29 New Schools, 92 New Courses, 5 Languages, 4 Continents and 2.7 Million Courserians
    February 21, 2013, Coursera
  75. Online Learning Platform, edX, Goes International With The Addition Of Six New Schools
    February 20, 2013, edX
  76. Gary King and Maya Sen: How Social Science Research Can Improve Teaching
    February 18, 2013, delong.typed.com
  77. The Trouble with Online College
    February 18, 2013, The New York Times
  78. Penn's course a leader in new online move
    February 07, 2013, Philly.com
  79. How online class about online learning failed miserably
    February 5, 2013, The Washington Post
  80. New Media Consortium Horizon Report, 2013 Higher Education Edition
    February, 2013, New Media Consortium
  81. Mission, MOOCs, & Money
    January/February 2013, Trusteeship, Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
  82. Eight Brilliant Minds on the Future of Online Education
    January 29, 2013, Harvard Business Review
  83. Moody’s: US Higher Education Outlook Negative in 2013 (PDF)
    January 16, 2013, Moody's Investors Service
    Students please visit Moody's Academic Access page
  84. Penn State World Campus: Today and Tomorrow
    January, 2013, Penn State University
  85. Faculty embraces plan to expand online education
    December 20, 2012, Yale News
  86. Changing Course: Ten Years of Tracking Online Education in the United States
    2012 Babson Survey, Sloan Consortium
  87. The Blended and Virtual Learning Frontier: Special Report
    2012, The Center for Digital Education and Coverge
  88. How Teens Do Research in the Digital World
    November 1, 2012, Pew Internet
  89. NYU-Poly: “Virtual Tour of Online Learning”
    October 2012, NYU-Poly
  90. The Crisis in Higher Education
    September 27, 2012, MIT Technology Review
  91. Conflicted: Faculty and Online Education, 2012
    June 21, 2012, Inside Higher Ed
  92. Interactive Learning Online at Public Universities: Evidence from Randomized Trials
    May 22, 2012, Ithaka S+R
  93. Online and Hybrid Course Enrollment and Performance in Washington State Community and Technical Colleges
    March 2011, Columbia University Academic Commons
  94. U.S. Department of Education, Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning
    September 2010, U.S. Department of Education
  95. How Students Develop Online Learning Skills
    January 1, 2007, Educause Review Online
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