MOOCs, Twitter, and rankings: The week's most read education news
This week, Education Dive examined 10 lessons learned from MOOCs. Meanwhile, Princeton took the top spot in the annual U.S. News & World Report best colleges rankings for the second year in a row, and DeVry announced the launch of a new Chicago-based ed tech incubator in partnership with 1871. Additionally, a new student survey from Pearson reveals that students see tablets as a major part of higher ed's future — even if they're still primarily using laptops.
Be sure to check out our list of 12 education thought leaders to follow on Twitter and more in this week's most-read Education Dive posts!
- 10 lessons learned from MOOCs: From what works best to clues about the model's future viability, what have massive open online courses taught us?
- 12 education thought leaders you should follow on Twitter: You never know what you might learn in 140 characters or less.
- U.S. News unveils 2015 Best College Rankings: Princeton University and Williams College take the No. 1 spots in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, again.
- DeVry launching ed tech incubator: The for-profit college provider is partnering with 1871 on the Chicago-based venture.
- Pearson study: Students see tablets as transformative to higher ed [Infographic]: Still, almost twice as many students use laptops regularly compared to tablets.
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