Online Learning Newsletter | October – December 2022: Trends, AI, ML, Analytics, Universities, Higher Ed, Enterprise…

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OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2022 – NEWSLETTER #53  |  Breaking news at IBL News  |  Noticias en Español



• Pandemic-Disrupted Teaching and Learning Effects Will Continue for Decades, Stanford Says

• Higher Ed Experts Craft Their Vision to Evolve into a Hybrid Learning Scenario

• “Career Readiness and Skill Competency Are Key Factors to Measure Student Success”

• Learners Prefer the “Anytime-Anyplace” Approach Along with Blended Technology

• Online Learning Is Now Seen in Positive View Among Learners, Wiley Says

• Around 771 Million People Lack Basic Literacy Skills Today

• Confidence In the Teaching Profession Continues to Decline in the U.S.

• Students Say that College Is Worth What They Pay Despite the Financial Struggle


AI, ML, Analytics

• National Louis University Shared Data Model Used For Student Onboarding, Academics, and Support

• Key Research on Data Analytics Shows How AI/ML Will Shape the University of the Future

• Most Higher Ed CIOs Are Ready to Invest More in Analytics, Says Gartner

• “We Need More From Technology,” Says Educause While Presenting the 2022 Top 10 Issues

• AI Language Model GPT-3 Arrives into Higher Education

• 74% of Users Prefer AI Chatbots for Answers to Simple Questions

• 85% of Data is Unstructured and Not Ready for AI Use, Industry Experts Say

• Data Mismanagement Jeopardizes the AI Achievement, Says an MIT Report



• CUNY Unveils a $1.6B Plan to Build a Science Park and Research Campus in Manhattan

• A Duke Administrator and Cell Biologist Researcher Named MIT’s 18th President

• Arizona State University Opens a Lab that Will Create a Metaverse with Zoom

• UCLA Acquires Marymount California University’s Campuses for $80 Million

• Stanford Law School Launches Controversial Income-Share Agreements as a Pilot Program

• Harvard Business School Will Offer Its Two-Year MBA Program for Free to 200 Students


Higher Ed

• Students Name the Best Colleges in the U.S. in Princeton Review’s Annual Survey

• U.S. Colleges and Universities Saw an Increase of 80% in International Student Enrollment

• Stanford, Michigan, Duke, Northwestern Law Schools Join the Exodus from U.S. News Rankings

• Harvard, Yale, and Berkeley Criticize U.S. News Rankings Methodology and Decide Not to Participate



• Amazon Will Invest $5,250 Per Year For Each Delivery Partner By Providing Educational Programs

• IBM Teams with 20 Black Universities to Address the Cybersecurity Talent Shortage

• Oracle Launches a Cloud Infrastructure that Allows ISVs to Run their Own Services


Biden Administration

• The FTC Sues Chegg for Exposing Millions of Users’ Social Security Numbers and Other Key Data

• The Biden Administration Launches the Official Application for the Student Debt Relief

• Six Republican-Led States Sue Biden Administration Over Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

• President Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Plan Will Cost $400 Billion

• Fintech Donation Start-Up Give Campus Raises Massive Funding



• The OLC Conference Awarded Twelve Educators for Innovation in Online Learning

• The OLC Accelerate 2022 Conference Posts Its Program

• Educause Recognized Five Top Educators for Their Accomplishments in Higher Ed IT


2022 Events | All of the Key Conferences Listed!

• Education Calendar 2022  – NOVEMBER | DECEMBERConferences in Latin America & Spain


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