A UCLA study suggests that VR can enhance learning if it is convincingly produced and if different subjects are taught in distinctive environments.
The key challenge, he said, is maintaining a top-tier experience while increasing access.
With 85% of students surveyed reporting “speed-watching,” UCLA psychology researchers designed experiments to gauge their comprehension.
During the quiet of the pandemic, UCLA evaluated ever-shifting realities and forged a new path forward that may change education forever.
Ongoing digital inequality impairs learning and threatens to deepen disparities in achievement as children become adults, UCLA researchers say.
UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative teamed up with chef Bill Yosses and the LAUSD to create an appetizing virtual summer school course.
A policy brief calls for the creation of a national rapid-response team to guide schools as they weigh in-person, online or hybrid learning models.
Since 2014, the program has consistently been ranked first or second in the country.
UCLA’s James Stigler is working to improve math and science education nationally by eliminating the rote memorization methods and studying what really works.
Students in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs can get a head start on a public affairs minor by taking the class, now in its second year.
To build support for its outreach efforts, UCLA Extension Dean Wayne Smutz is reaching out to alumni to provide necessary assistance and partnership.
The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science again holds the top spot in rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
The program received the survey’s top marks in faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, and admissions selectivity.
UCLA’s Life Sciences has been awarded a four-year $2.4 million federal grant from the National Science Foundation to enhance and transform undergraduate education.
The online master’s degree program at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science has been named the best in the country by U.S. News and World Report.
A UCLA study has found a trend at colleges toward teaching practices such as class discussions and group learning and away from lectures and other teacher-centered styles.
We need to proceed cautiously, says UCLA Chancellor Gene Block, lest low-income students are forced into online degree programs as the only affordable option.
UCLA geography professor Michael Shin’s online class “Introduction to Geographic Information Systems” draws hundreds of students, who are majoring in many different fields, yet eager to learn about geospatial data without having to leave the comfort...