Questioning the Quality of Online Learning Programs

Online learning is growing in popularity, and according to a report from the Babson Survey Research Group, one in four students are enrolled in online courses.  While popular,  many of the digital offerings don’t follow any strict guidelines for quality, structure or design. They can cost more than on-campus programs, and often don’t get a... Continue Reading →

The Future of Accessibility

When thinking about accessibility, it’s easy to agree that public places should be open and available to all, regardless of any impairment. Wheelchair ramps, Brailled signs, flashing emergency lights and handicap bathroom stalls are given accommodations that we have come to expect in the public space. But the same is not necessarily true for the... Continue Reading →

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