Noodle Acquires South African Learning Design Firm Hubble StudiosThe acquisition marks Noodle’s entry into the international market and underscores its commitment to build the highest-quality online learning design and experience for university partners and students
2022 was a year of growth and change for Noodle, with notable new university partners and programs, newly formed strategic partnerships, and a more flexible offering that allows universities to deploy Noodle technology and services campus-wide.
Two members of Noodle's Learning team were published today in International Perspectives on Supporting and Engaging Online Learners (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, Vol. 39). The work also marks Noodle's VP of Student Affairs Jaimie Hoffman's second edited volume.
Data reveals that online learners consistently and increasingly prefer to study at local institutions.
It's not easy to go online, and it's especially challenging in a crisis situation. Online higher education experts from Noodle Partners and the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine co-hosted an interactive webinar week to help prepare university faculty and leadership for a swift online move.
Lowering the cost of higher ed through the strategic use of technology was the central theme of the discussion-- a goal that Katzman believes can be achieved by thinking carefully about how to lower the administrative costs associated with online programs.
Noodle Partners and the American Council on Education (ACE) are unveiling “ACE Engage” next week, a first-of-its-kind online professional learning platform designed to encourage collaboration and community amongst higher education professionals.