The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors

Heather Long, Washington Post As humanities majors slump to the lowest level in decades, calls are coming from surprising places for a revival. Some prominent […]

AI Can Help You—And Your Boss—Maximize Your Potential. Will You Trust It?

Marco Annunziata, Forbes Would you trust an Artificial Intelligence (AI) to tell you how to become more effective and successful at your job? How would […]

Algorithms are grading student essays across the country. Can this really teach kids how to write better?

Loren Katz, Vox The reason it’s so hard to figure out who’s affected by AI grading is because there’s not just one program that’s being […]

Students serving our country

Data Points, AACC About 6 percent of all undergraduate students indicate that they are currently serving in the military, in the reserves or National Guard, or […]

Report: College leaders not confident they can beat new competition

By Hallie Busta, Education Dive When it comes to strategic planning, just one in six colleges is looking a decade or more ahead, according to […]

Not Future-Ready

Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed Survey of four-year-college leaders finds they lack confidence in their institutions’ ability to adapt — and aren’t planning ahead in […]

Building Community in an Online Class

University of Nebraska – Tomorrow’s Professor So, how is a community of learners formed in an online course? What are the typical characteristics and practices? […]

Decreased higher ed market share signals shift in online program management

Tim Goral, University Business As more colleges and universities add online courses to their catalogs, the market share for online program managers (OPM) has begun […]

10 Incredibly Useful YouTube Channels For Professors

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate With thousands upon thousands of videos added to the service every hour, YouTube can be an unwieldy service to parse through […]

5 Microlearning Myths You Need to Stop Believing

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate Microlearning is a modern educational tool that provides learners with bite-sized pieces of content on their mobile devices, be it smartphones, […]

Building operational excellence in higher education

Suhrid Gajendragadkar, Duwain Pinder, Ted Rounsaville, and Jason Wright; McKinsey When colleges and universities think about building academic enterprises for the 21st century, they often […]

Three ways EdTech will benefit this century’s learners

Felicity Parsisson, Open Access Government With 66% of millennials and 59% of Gen Z surveyed by Pearson agreeing that ‘technology will transform how college students […]

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