Tags digital resources

No one wants to pay $200 for a textbook

by Colin Wood

Market competition, the growth of open educational resources and a demand for interactive online tools is finally driving down textbook prices.

Illinois launches STEM website to improve education access

by Betsy Foresman

A new website showcases STEM resources like career-development events, virtual summer camps and learning centers at local universities or community colleges.

Vanderbilt University joins higher education's crusade to support online teaching

by Betsy Foresman

Like many colleges and universities preparing to continue online teaching for the fall semester, Vanderbilt University is providing its faculty with critical resources to support remote learning.

Florida tries to save online education after Gov. DeSantis cut funding

by Betsy Foresman

The State University System Board of Governors said it's developing a plan to keep online education afloat after the governor's vetoed funding to Complete Florida Plus, a $29.4 million education program.

Florida Gov. DeSantis wipes out $30 million online-learning budget

by Betsy Foresman

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis cut funding on Tuesday for online academic support services, a virtual campus program and other online-learning programs that students have increasingly relied upon during the pandemic.

Report: K-12 educators more confident about technology use

by Emily Tate

A Houghton Mifflin Harcourt survey found about two-thirds of educators believe they can effectively use digital resources in the classroom.