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Student-Centered Learning: The Driver of Our Learning Path
The concept of student-centered learning (SCL) goes back to 1968 when massive student protests took place against the elitism of universities demanding them to be open for all society. Political recognition of SCL was gained in 2009 through the Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve…
Student Expectations: How to Create a Better Educational Experience
George Mason University: Designing the Ideal Student Experience
Quick Take: How can an institution help students succeed? The Student Experience Redesign Project was created by George Mason University to enrich students’ first year experience, provide better student services and generate a culture of continuous improvement.
Texas A&M University: In the Digital Era, Students and Teachers Learn Together
College Station, Texas, United States With a wide range of programs at their disposal, teachers at Texas A&M are receiving the support they need to implement technology in their classes. At Texas A&M University (TAMU), in Brazos County (United States),…
UNIVES Expands Its Technological Scope and Academic Offering to Train Educators in Mexico
With specialized educational programs implemented through digital platforms, Universidad Virtual de Estudios Superiores (UNIVES) is consolidating its position as one of the best online education universities in Mexico. UNIVES dates back to 1994, when the first computer training school was…
How to Become an E-Learning Champion
Quick take: An American university has created an award to recognize instructors and staff members who are committed to improve online student experience.
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