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What’s Next for Higher Education

While Michael Horn know a lot about disruption in education, pandemics weren't on the list. On this episode of EdTech Today, Michael talks about the effects COVID-19 has had Read more

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Turo is Decentralizing the Car Rental Industry. But Can it Scale?
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 Since the start of summer, the car rental industry has been trying to maneuver a mass car shortage. Because of the global semiconductor shortage, automotive OEMs slashed car production at the Read more
How UK Companies Can Cross the Pond to Success in an American Market
September 24, 2021
 Post-Brexit, the U.K. is eager to fill the void of the European Union's single market and tax reliefs with fresh free trade agreements. This included discussions with the U.S., which moved forward Read more
Exploring AT&T’s Commitment to Renewable and More Efficient Energy Use
September 24, 2021
“Since 2010, we’ve completed over 100,000 energy efficiency projects.” How are key stakeholders driving change in energy? Many are forging a path to renewable energy, carbon neutrality, and leveraging data and Read more
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What’s Next for Higher Education
March 8, 2021
While Michael Horn know a lot about disruption in education, pandemics weren't on the list. On this episode of EdTech Today, Michael talks about the effects COVID-19 has had Read more
7 Higher-Ed IT Trends to Track in 2021
February 11, 2021
Higher education, like many other industries, has undoubtedly been hit heavily by the pandemic. Classes have shifted to online and hybrid environments, budgets are squeezed more than ever, and Read more
Australia Turns Away International Students in 2021, Welcoming AU$34 Billion dollar Dent in Economy
December 7, 2020
Few countries have been as firm with their response to the coronavirus as country (and island) Australia. By capping entry and enforcing a strict 2-week quarantine, the country recently Read more
Is Face-to-Face Learning Better than Online Learning?
September 9, 2020
Much of the recent argument raging about reopening schools rests on the quality of online instruction. That’s understandable. However, there’s much about online instruction that remains Read more
Gen Z May be Rejecting the Traditional College and Career Paths
August 21, 2020
Amidst a global pandemic, American teenagers remain steadfast in their belief that higher education plays a key role in their future success; however, the education and career paths they are Read more
Helping Higher Education Reposition Their Strengths
August 3, 2020
  The Voice of B2B host, Daniel Litwin, was joined by Michael Kalman, CEO and founder of MediaCrossing, to discuss online learning opportunities in higher education. Litwin Read more
(Updated) A Master List of University Reopening Plans
July 16, 2020
As we continue to inch toward the most uncertain year of schooling in recent memory, universities are adopting various strategies to deal with the task of providing a quality education for their Read more
The Changing Market for Postsecondary Education
May 20, 2020
We know all too well that the current virus pandemic is impacting enrollments in the near term, but this is temporary -- the pandemic will pass. It will take months, perhaps even a year or two, Read more
What Universities Are Learning From Online Education
May 14, 2020
Six months ago, few of the world’s academics had taught an online class. Now they’re almost all doing it. I asked dozens of them about their experiences. My conclusion: online education won’t Read more