Category: Higher Ed

The Power of Partnership

Nov 16, 2023

The Power of Partnership: Five Reasons to Choose Six Red Marbles

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Ask an Expert – Danish Zaidi

Aug 3, 2023

Meet our Head of Creative Services, Danish Zaidi

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Boosting Student Engagement in the Virtual Classroom

Jul 13, 2023

Virtual learning is here to stay, and the need to enhance student engagement in the online classroom has now taken center stage.

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Ask an Expert – Cary Drake

Jul 6, 2023

Meet our VP of Client Partnerships, Cary Drake

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Helping Faculty Succeed in Online Teaching

May 22, 2023

Online education has become the new reality for both students and educators. At Six Red Marbles, we understand the challenges that come with transitioning to online teaching in higher education. That’s why we partner with institutions to design and develop new programs, enhance existing courses, and provide faculty support and training. Our goal is to help you embrace the opportunities that online teaching brings while ensuring your success.

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4 Reasons Six Red Marbles is the Right OPM Alternative

May 3, 2023

4 Reasons Six Red Marbles is the right OPM alternative! Read more:

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Ask An Expert – Beth Williams

Mar 13, 2023

Meet our Six Red Marble Expert: Beth Williams!

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Back to In-Person Conferences: 2022 ASU+GSV Summit Reflections

Apr 28, 2022

Six Red Marbles had a great time attending the 2022 ASU+GSV Summit in San Diego, CA, from April 4 to 6. It was a rich, impactful conference, and we really enjoyed being in-person again and getting to meet so many wonderful people.

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Biographies for Women’s History Month

Mar 30, 2022

For Women’s History Month, our editorial staff shares some biography recommendations.

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Skills-Based Learning and the Changing Economy

Oct 28, 2021

SRM recently contributed a series of blog posts for the Association of Governing Boards discussing what higher ed institutions need to know in order to prepare for the student of the future. The first of these posts looked at the changing economy and what students are looking for in a program.

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