Since my group is seeking to strengthen the relationship between Marist and their alumni, I have been doing a lot of research on ways in which other colleges or universities do so. 219 more words
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By John Warner
Thanks to Inside Higher Ed reporter Carl Straumsheim, we now know that the edX/Arizona State contract for the pending “Global Freshman Academy” initiative, through which ASU intends to MOOC-ify a year’s worth of general education credits, contains another interesting little tidbit. 301 more words
By Matt Reed
Maybe it’s me. But I’m just not grasping the ASU/edX MOOCs-for-credit thing.
According to Carl Straumsheim’s piece in IHE, a student who enrolls in one (or more) from a specific set of MOOCs offered through edX will have the option of paying a $45 fee for identity verification, followed by a $200 per credit fee to Arizona State, to have the MOOC performance translated into academic credit by and for ASU. 218 more words
As a national network, Gateway to College works with a wide variety of school districts, colleges, and community partners from around the country. The national office understands that our programs face a complexity of issues, from local education policy to national trends in dual enrollment. 866 more words