AP White Paper Series
Essential understanding for universities that want to grow online
Considerations for New and Emerging Realities in Higher Ed
In this first part of our white paper on the rapidly changing landscape of higher education, we focus on the minimum viable product (MVP) as an anchor for a practical approach for beginning online equivalency planning.
The Learner Revolution and What it Means for Higher Education Part Three of Three
This third white paper in a series by Jeffrey J. Selingo explains how an evolving job market requires specific skills rather than traditional college degrees. Introducing shorter, specialized programs will facilitate growth in a stagnant industry by encouraging enrollment of non-traditional students who otherwise would not have the time or funds to continue their education.
The Learner Revolution and Moving Toward an Agile Admissions Process
This white paper, the second in a series by Jeffrey J. Selingo, adds to a foundational understanding of the motivations and behaviors of today's digitally driven learner with an examination of ways to adapt historically rigid admissions processes to online graduate education, enabling new generations of life-long learners.
The Learner Revolution and What It Means for Higher Education
This white paper provides a historical perspective of online education with crucial insights into the motivations and behaviors of today's digitally driven learner--an emerging demographic in higher education. This guide is essential for universities who want to grow online enrollments.