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College leaders dropping plans for in-person instruction in favor of online learning welcome small handful of students back to campus, despite COVID concerns.
William & Mary, which sharing its open-source COVID checker with Virginia’s colleges and universities, may suspend IT services of campus users who don’t monitor their health.
Hip-hop as a teaching tool is not limited to Lin-Manuel Miranda and ‘Hamilton’—it works in at least one college of education.
If video chats have gotten you through COVID and online learning so far, you might consider creating a digital avatar to meet virtually with colleagues or teach remote classes.
By mid-summer, the University of Rochester had reopened about 140 lab spaces, allowing about 675 researchers to go back to work.
Unity College will shift permanently to a hybrid online learning model that will offer students lower tuition and could also lead to a sale of the school’s campus in Maine.
At the University of Rochester in New York, students can use the Grubhub app to place meal orders from dining halls and pick up groceries from the campus food market.
A program to guide leaders in building greater diversity and equity at schools, workplaces and other organizations has been launched online by Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina.
More college and university presidents now plan to tackle systemic racism and, compared to earlier in the COVID pandemic, fewer leaders expect to cut academic programs, a new survey has found.
Simply asking students to monitor themselves for COVID symptoms such as fevers and coughs is not sufficient for safely reopening campuses this fall, according to a JAMA report.
College libraries, already a key source of digital literacy lessons, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall.
Family bubbles,’ waiting rooms and priority elevator access are a few ways to prevent COVID’s spread as colleges and universities reopen for the fall semester.
Ensuring students are tested for COVID before returning is one of the big challenges facing University of New Haven leaders reopening for the fall semester.
Accessibility and equity in online learning will get a major boost from Bowdoin College’s iPad and Wi-Fi as first-year students and transfers are invited back to campus.
COVID’s campus disruptions have spurred calls to simplify the transfer process for students who want to switch to colleges and universities that are closer to home or more affordable.
Some colleges and universities will thrive during COVID this academic year, while others will struggle and some may even fail, according to a data analysis by an NYU marketing professor.
A majority of Americans express discontent with the priorities of colleges and universities, but not because of the recent coronavirus disruptions
Colleges and universities announce layoffs, furloughs, program reductions and other budget cuts as COVID economy saps enrollment, fundraising and other revenues.
Students, staff and faculty at the University Central Florida can assess themselves for COVID symptoms with a new self-checker built into the school’s UCF Mobile app.
International students are increasingly willing to quarantine to return to American campuses but consider the U.S. the least safe of several English-speaking countries, a survey has found.
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