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Dan Marino Foundation Launches Unique Financial Literacy Program for Individuals with Disabilities

Fort Lauderdale, FL and Cherry Hill, NJ –  The Dan Marino Foundation this week launched a new financial literacy program that provides free lessons available […]

4 Benefits of Continuing Education Online

Most people know the benefits that come with furthering your education: you become more qualified, you can make more money, you have an edge over […]

Promoting Inclusivity for Hearing-Impaired Students Through EdTech

5% of the world’s population has a hearing impairment that requires a hearing aid or other rehabilitation technology – that is 34 million children and […]

Facing an existential crisis, some colleges do something rare for them — adapt - Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report

As the enrollment crash becomes an existential crisis, what’s happened at this nearly 140-year-old art school shows that colleges and universities can, in fact, transform, […]

6 pieces of advice for women in STEM - Laura Ascione, eCampus News

It’s common knowledge that engaging–and retaining–girls and women in STEM classes, STEM degrees, and STEM careers is an ongoing challenge. Some key elements in this […]

How Remote Learning Subverts Power and Privilege in Higher Education - Sabyn Javeri, EdSurge

Right now is a key moment in making higher ed institutions more inclusive through technology that broadens accessibility and encourages innovative pedagogies. As many prestigious […]

Long disparaged, education for the skilled trades is slowly coming into fashion - Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report

One trend reviving interest in education in the trades appears to be growing doubt among high school students and career switchers about the value of […]

3 reasons higher ed will move to multiple learning modalities - Kyle Shea, eCampus News

This narrow learning model discourages students who have personal commitments like a job or familial responsibilities from accessing on-campus learning. This is especially true for […]

Relevant, Efficient, and Economical: Learning Touchstones with Ray Schroeder - Leading Learning

In this episode of the Leading Learning Podcast, Jeff talks with return guest Ray about COVID’s indelible impact on teaching and learning, the metaverse, blockchain, […]

Could Custom Exams Prevent Cheating? - Jack Grove, Times Higher Education

British university experiments with exams created in part by computer codes—and appears to have success.  Custom exams containing unique data sets for each student being […]

Higher Ed CIOs Prepare for the Future by Embracing Automation - Susan Fourtané, Fierce Education

A total of 72 percent of higher education CIOs responded that they have already deployed or will deploy Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning within the […]

The Era of Flexible Work in Higher Education - Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed

During the pandemic, we all saw that a lot of staff work could be done remotely because we were doing it remotely. In the survey […]

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