Reflections on “Radio Garden: Tune into thousands of live radio stations across the globe!” [Christian]

Radio.Garden — with thanks to David Pogue for this resource This is the COOLEST. A Google Earth-type representation of the planet. Every green dot is […]

Multimedia-based exit tickets [Christian]

From DSC: I was reviewing an edition of Dr. Barbara Honeycutt’s Lecture Breakers Weekly, where she wrote: After an experiential activity, discussion, reading, or lecture, […]

Michigan residents over 25 without degrees can now apply for tuition-free community college, skills training [Gibbons]

Michigan residents over 25 without degrees can now apply for tuition-free community college, skills training — from mlive.com by Lauren Gibbons Excerpt: Michigan residents 25 […]

Apple launches major new Racial Equity and Justice Initiative projects to challenge systemic racism, advance racial equity nationwide

Apple launches major new Racial Equity and Justice Initiative projects to challenge systemic racism, advance racial equity nationwide — from apple.com Commitments build on Apple’s […]

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 […]

DC: This is not right! When will there be justice?! We need to help Native American colleges, universities, & communities out!

The Digital Divide for Tribal College Students — COVID, CARES Act, and Critical Next Steps — from diverseeducation.com Excerpt: In this episode staff writer Sara […]

Best Practices 7 Ways Students Can Maintain Good Study Habits During COVID-19 [Bresnick & U of MI]

Best Practices 7 Ways Students Can Maintain Good Study Habits During COVID-19 — from fierceeducation.com by Peggy Bresnick Excerpts: Stay organized. Don’t multitask. Make the […]

Many students complain that online-based learning doesn’t engage them. Well, check this idea out! [Christian]

From DSC…by the way, another title for this blog could have been: WIN-WIN situations all around! The Theatre Departments out there could collaborate with other […]

5 things that show students aren’t the only ones learning during the pandemic [Frick]

5 things that show students aren’t the only ones learning during the pandemic — from mlive.com by Melissa Frick Excerpts: “Never in my 33 years […]

If the majority of the public doesn’t have access to justice, the system has failed. [Christian]

The justice gap in the United States is striking. It ranks 103rd out of 126 countries in accessibility and affordability of civil legal services, according to […]

WMU-Cooley Innocence Project helps earn release of Lacino Hamilton after 26 years in prison

WMU-Cooley Innocence Project helps earn release of Lacino Hamilton after 26 years in prison — from cooley.edu and WMU-Cooley Law School’s Innocence Project Excerpt: Today, […]

WMU-Cooley Named Top 10 Law School For Ethnic Enrollment in 2019

WMU-Cooley Named Top 10 Law School For Ethnic Enrollment in 2019 — from fox47news.com Excerpt: LANSING, Mich. — Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, with […]

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