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Covid accelerated the march of business schools’ rivals offering flexibility and informality
Technology is helping to fight fraud, improve marking systems and support teachers
Online learning company wants to fuel growth and prepare for possible IPO
Business schools rethink how to make money in the digital era
Options range from 3D printing to digital accessibility for the disabled
Rick Levin looks to life-long education and direct sales to companies
Education platform extends virtual classroom to Pakistan and Kazakhstan
Online learning group emulates Netflix as it taps binge-watching habits
Move creates rival to online courses it delivers from universities
Mixed fortunes of the digital education business suggest hits are elusive
Can a Paris-based provider make gains in Britain’s already competitive market?
Teaching staff are discovering new ways to put their message across
Employers are beginning to take notice of certain high-quality courses
Fears of disruption fade as campuses find they have lasting appeal
Free tuition is too costly for many business schools to sustain, so modest fees have been introduced
Study shows less privileged students report more tangible career benefits
Data from Coursera show diverse impact of online learning
Advocates of automated coding say it can cut the cost — and grunt work — of programming
Providers set sights on improving online study metrics
The iMBA will be divided into a set of eight specialisations, including accounting and finance
Design of courses is crucial, says Eric Cornuel of accreditation body EFMD
Paid-for courses mixing digital learning, video seminars and real-world meetings are increasing
Elite online courses that are free for the masses still bring challenges for low-income earners