This is the online course 2020 needed

Victoria Masterson, World Economic Forum Emotions can help and hinder attention, decision-making, relationships, health, and performance. So learning to manage them is vital – particularly for […]

The Second Year of The MOOC: 2020 Saw a Rush to Large-Scale Online Courses

By Dhawal Shah, EdSurge Of all the learners that ever registered on a MOOC platform, one third did so in 2020, making 2020 MOOCs’ most […]

Incentivizing faculty for open educational resources (OER) adoption and open textbook authoring

LilyTodorinovaaZara T.Wilkinson, Journal of Academic Librarianship This survey assessed the experiences of faculty who participated in a textbook affordability program at Rutgers University. The program […]

In Challenging Times, Relationships Keep Students Engaged in College Learning

Courtney Adkins and Linda L. García, EdSurge The pandemic has amplified the inequities that already existed for many students, and it has become clear that […]

Educators: Hold Onto Humanity With Both Hands. Let Students Show You How.

Sherri Spelic, EdSurge If this year has taught me anything, it’s that teaching is not for the faint of heart. Nor is learning. With their […]

Students Supporting Faculty in the Shift to Hybrid Learning

  Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology To help ensure that hybrid learning could run smoothly, BU created the Learn from Anywhere Classroom Moderator program, essentially an […]

The Importance Of ‘Agility’ In The Future Of Work

Julia Stead, Forbes No matter how you slice it, we’re at the precipice of a landmark shift in work norms on many frontiers — where […]

Minnesota students, professors say college during pandemic was ‘not a lot of fun’

RICHARD TSONG-TAATARII, Star Tribune Months of online classes and social distancing took a toll on many. But the various campus life restrictions that institutions put […]

The 2010s saw the lowest population growth in U.S. history, new census estimates show

William H. Frey, Brookings Institution Newly released Census Bureau population estimates through mid-year 2020 reveal record lows in U.S. population growth, both annually and for […]

Now Is Not the Time for Education to Stand Still. It’s Time to Reimagine and Revolutionize.

  Kyair Butts, EdSurge A once in a lifetime pandemic. A once in a lifetime opportunity. Teaching in the year 2020 reminds me of a […]

How Virtual Education Supports Seamless Learning Opportunities

Adam Stone, EdTech Digital tools help make this possible. “Throughout this pandemic, resources such as Google and Zoom have evolved with features such as breakout […]

After disruption, what does college look like?

Tonya Drake, Statesman Journal The pandemic catapulted online learning into the spotlight, prompting many people to question online learning’s ability to deliver quality education to […]

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