3 Main Changes to Help Fill College Classrooms [Diana]

3 Main Changes to Help Fill College Classrooms — from fierceeducation.com by Alison Diana Excerpt: Reducing Tuition: Southern New Hampshire University last month announced it […]

How might the eviction crisis impact higher education? [Christian]

From DSC: Reading through the article below, I can’t help but wonder…how might the eviction crisis impact higher education?   Losing a Home Because of […]

The Annual Report: Ringing in the Changes [Grush & Foster]

The Annual Report: Ringing in the Changes — from campustechnology.com by Mary Grush & Doug Foster Excerpt: Mary Grush: The annual report for the Division of Information […]

Best Headphones for Students in Remote Learning [Edwards]

Best Headphones for Students in Remote Learning — from techlearning.com by Luke Edwards Get the best headphones for students to hear and be heard in […]

Great point by Beth McMurtrie & the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching: Giving Students Better Information Before They Sign Up for Class — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie Excerpt: A New Tool for Course Transparency The […]

U.S. Businesses Potentially Spent Billions on Legal Fees for Inaccessible Websites in 2020 [boia.org]

U.S. Businesses Potentially Spent Billions on Legal Fees for Inaccessible Websites in 2020 — from boia.org Excerpt: In a bombshell report published by Accessibility.com, the organization […]

EdSurge Reflects On a Year of Pandemic-Era Education Journalism [Young, Koenig, & Wan]

EdSurge Reflects On a Year of Pandemic-Era Education Journalism — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey Young, Rebecca Koenig and Tony Wan Excerpts: [Wan] It has never […]

Could AI-based techs be used to develop a “table of contents” for the key points within lectures, lessons, training sessions, sermons, & podcasts? [Christian]

From DSC: As we move into 2021, the blistering pace of emerging technologies will likely continue. Technologies such as: Artificial Intelligence (AI) — including technologies […]

DC: Should more professors, teachers, staff members, & trainers be on Substack?

From DSC: After seeing the following two items, I wondered…should more professors, teachers, and staff members be on Substack? Heather Cox Richardson Offers a Break […]

Big Changes in the Federal Student-Aid System Are Coming. Here’s Why They Matter. [Hoover]

Big Changes in the Federal Student-Aid System Are Coming. Here’s Why They Matter. — from chronicle.com by Eric Hoover Excerpt: After all, a recent NCAN analysis […]

Online Education Isn’t the Sideshow. It’s the Main Event. [Paucek]

Online Education Isn’t the Sideshow. It’s the Main Event. — from edsurge.com by Chip Paucek Excerpt: Over the course of 2020, there has been plenty […]

Reflections on “A Nation’s Economy Divided: Breadlines vs Bread Makers” [Donnan]

DC: The debt from obtaining a degree can last for decades these days. How can institutions of traditional higher education be part of the solution […]

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