College educators from across U.S. take on ways online classes can help or wreck a student’s hopes for a good education.

Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2013
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COLUMBUS, OHIO—

Faculty and staff members from colleges and universities across the U.S. met in Ohio over the weekend to address some of the toughest issues facing student success in America’s higher education system.

The rapid drive to move students’classes from campuses to online and the Gold Rush mentality behind many entrepreneurs pushing the new teaching schemes — especially the latest incarnation known as MOOCs (massive open online classes) — was a hot topic at the 5th national meeting of the Campaign for the Future of Higher Education (CFHE).

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