Survey of Presidents Shows a Growing Divide in Confidence

Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed At first glance, the overall responses of 746 campus chief executives to Inside Higher Ed’s new Survey of College and […]

We’re not going back to normal

Gideon Lichfield, MIT Technology Review Social distancing is here to stay for much more than a few weeks. It will upend our way of life, […]

Subscription Rather Than Tuition

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed What if we subscribed to learning and educational engagement throughout our careers? Subscription models abound. They are the sustainable future of […]

Make “work from home” work for you

Laura Mae Martin, Google In my job at Google, I advise people on how to use their time as efficiently as possible. When working from […]

Tools for Online Learning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology As more and more colleges and universities are shutting down their campuses over the next several weeks in an effort […]

Helping universities and colleges take learning online in response to the coronavirus

Coursera Blog Coursera is providing access to universities which have been forced to go online with  thousands of their courses – even to non-member universities. […]

Moving to Digital Learning Fast: Where to Start

Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology Numerous colleges and universities across the country suddenly find themselves in the position of having to teach online due to changes […]

Even without internet at home, students can keep learning

Jeff Kurtz, Google for Education If your school is operating virtually as a result of COVID-19, you may be wondering how to continue teaching students […]

Personalization: The Next Big Edtech Trend

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate Learning personalized to every student seems a nearly impossible task. However, with the ever-increasing use in schools of online learning management […]

How to adapt courses for online learning: A practical guide for faculty

Saralyn Cruickshank, Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins instructors have been asked to move courses online in response to the outbreak of coronavirus. We spoke to experts […]

Colleges adapt to coronavirus: ‘Online learning can be done well’

Justin Murphy, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle “Online learning can be done well, and SUNY has a long history of online learning,” said Empire State College […]

How Colleges Are Using Chatbots To Improve Student Retention

Michael T. Nietzel, Forbes Student retention remains a major challenge for American colleges and universities. Although first-to-second year college persistence of entering students has increased […]

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