What other states can learn from Michigan about serving adult students

Natalie Schwartz, Higher Ed Dive The pandemic reinvigorated calls to upskill large swaths of the population, and its harm to the economy also highlighted the […]

How To Ensure Your Machine Learning Models Aren’t Fooled

Alex Saad-Falcon, Information Week Machine learning models are not infallible. In order to prevent attackers from exploiting a model, researchers have designed various techniques to […]

Dartmouth Employs AI Virtual Assistant to Support Students and Faculty

Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology Dartmouth College has deployed an artificial intelligence solution from Aisera to enhance communication with students and faculty during COVID-19. The virtual […]

3 ways online learning has forever altered my instruction

Phil Cox, eCampus News Traditionally, hybrid learning is defined as the combination of face-to-face and online delivery of course materials. The disruption of COVID-19 meant […]

Engaging Students by Design

John O’Brien, EDUCAUSE Review Inevitably, student engagement “by design” must not happen in isolation but, rather, in the larger context of digital transformation (Dx). No […]

Two principles guiding this professor’s pandemic teaching

Byron K. Hargrove, eCampus News A Berkeley College professor speaks about how responsiveness and compassion with students paid off during the pandemic. The two central lessons […]

Effective Use of Technologies in Student Advising: Is There a Yellow Brick Road?

Carol Nixon, EDUCAUSE Review Accountability measures in higher education have shifted dramatically from enrollment to completion, given persistent disparities in persistence across race, ethnicity, and […]

Tennessee offering free online courses amid pandemic

Associated Press Coursera partners with 200 leading university and industry educators to offer thousands of courses across business, technology and data science. Tennessee labor officials are […]

Zoom Burnout Is Real — but It’s Worse for Women.

Alisha Haridasani Gupta, NY Times In a new study, women reported higher levels of fatigue associated with video calls than men. The solution, though, isn’t […]

A Crash Course on Python By Google

Nikos Vaggalis, i-programmer There’s a free new Google course on Coursera for learning to program with Python.No previous exposure to programming required. There are many Python […]

3 lessons from 1 year of remote learning

Teresa Anania, eCampus News The proportion of students who were highly satisfied with their learning experience fell from 51 percent pre-COVID to 19 percent post-COVID, […]

Rejecting Remote Proctoring

Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed Many colleges started using remote third-party proctoring services after the shift to remote teaching forced by the pandemic last spring. […]

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