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Higher Ed, We’ve Got a Morale Problem — And a Free T-Shirt Won’t Fix It - Kevin R. McClure, EdSurge

There was considerable discussion last fall about burnout among college staff and faculty. I wrote about how college leaders should prepare for a wave of […]

A Course Is a Course Is a Course: Optimizing High-Quality Hybrid Learning Experiences - Linda Dale Bloomberg, Teachers College Press

The process of creating high-quality hybrid instruction necessitates a shift away from thinking and reflecting on how to translate the content of a face-to-face course […]

Training more than 40 million new people on Google Cloud skills - Google, TechWire

Around the world, organizations across multiple industries are in the midst of digitally transforming their businesses. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic only accelerated things. These […]

Median lifetime earnings rise with each additional level of education, report finds - Natalie Schwartz, HigherEd Dive

Workers' median earnings rise with each additional level of education, according to a new report from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce, bolstering […]

Enrollments Still Falling 2 Years Into Pandemic - Emma Whitford, Inside Higher Ed

Experts hoped college enrollments would rebound this fall. New data show that while selective institutions have seen their numbers recover, most others continue to struggle. […]

The emergence of global universities - Gretchen Dobson and Kathy Edersheim, University World News

In reviewing international educational frameworks, we have looked at more than 20 institutions that collectively represent over 100 campuses, which helps us to better understand […]

Americans Need a Bill of Rights for an AI-Powered World - Eric Lander & Alondra Nelson, Wired

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is developing principles to guard against powerful technologies—with input from the public. Such technologies should be […]

College age students report trouble concentrating, other barriers in distant learning settings: study abstract - American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition, AAAS

College students whose classes transitioned to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic experienced difficulties concentrating and balancing responsibilities at home, as well as mental health […]

7 Microlearning Online Training Activities Missing From Your Sales Channel Training

Your brand has branched out into new markets. Remote employees, vendors, and dealers are now part of the extended team. It’s time to expand your […]

Enhancing Training For Seasonal Workers: Is It Worth It?

If you're unsure on whether your business should enhance eLearning training for its temporary employees, here are some tips for cost-efficient onboarding and time-saving training […]

The Three Big Transitions Of Onboarding An Employee

Why onboarding matters in today’s workplace, what the three big transitions of onboarding are, and how to successfully overcome the three big onboarding transitions. This […]

5 Crucial Mistakes When Implementing The "Next Best Technology" For Learning

Don't fall into the tech trap! This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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