With a new competition and the help of other organizations, ASAE is asking the public to submit proposals on how to use digital credentials to help close the skills gap.
The shocking election of Donald Trump as our next president has yielded a number of immediate winners who have been "on the outs" under the Obama Administration. Pharmaceutical companies and banks have done well. Fossil fuel stocks have...
Lumina Foundation-backed competition to award $10,000 for breakthrough ideas in training and credentialing for high-demand skills and competencies
Despite a great deal of angst over Donald Trump's statements that he might not accept the results of the election, we have a clear winner in the 2016 presidential race - even if most of us are beginning a lengthy process of acceptance. But the result indicates...
The University of Pennsylvania has entered into a relationship with Portfolium - a cloud-based, turn-key ePortfolio platform. The more than 16,000 students enrolled at Penn now have access to Portfolium - giving them a method to not only showcase...
The Chronicle's 50th anniversary is an occasion to take stock of the world we cover. What ideas and arguments might shape the next 50 years?
Internet- and technology-based supports are helping traditional colleges and universities reach the national goal of helping students find their place in the workforce.
CollegeVine, the fast-growing EdTech startup specializing in high school mentoring for college applications, has closed a $3.1 million Series A funding round led by Morningside Technology Ventures ("Morningside") with participation by New York-based University Ventures.
Revature, a technology solutions firm based in Virginia, will be partnering with CUNY to bring a free, 12-week programming boot camp and RevaturePro, a custom online training course, to interested alumni.