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As more colleges and universities continue to be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, higher education solution providers have stepped up by rolling out free resources, services and teaching materials. Updated on June 3.
Our tech-addicted students, says Hope College President and UB guest columnist Matthew Scogin. They understand the promise that technology holds, but they also understand that authentic human connection makes that promise worth pursuing.
Formalized training through the National Association of Esports Colleges and Directors can enhance the careers of coaches and professionals, while helping school districts and organizations vet potential job candidates.
As a tool for student success, the summer session at Loyola University New Orleans will boost engagement in current events and help students improve as online learners with free online courses, says Vice Provost and UB guest columnist Carol Ann MacGregor.
UB guest columnists John I. Williams Jr. and Burt Woolf share a three-step framework. They say thriving in a post-pandemic environment means re-envisioning the entire campus service-delivery system as a tightly integrated whole.
Pitney Bowes partnered with University Business to develop and deploy a survey of higher education leaders in the UB audience in February 2020. Some 163 respondents participated, describing issues and […]
Economic downturns generally lead to substantial enrollment growth at community colleges, and leaders at Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin are working quickly to adapt their curriculum to emerging workforce needs.
COVID-19 is offering leaders the opportunity to re-envision higher ed—fostering more open inquiry, viewpoint diversity and constructive disagreement, says UB guest columnist Debra Mashek.
It may not be the biggest question facing higher ed but: How does folding paper into some pretty remarkable shapes keep students engaged in a programming class when it suddenly moves online?
Yes. Identifying risks, considering multiple futures, and using data and evidence to support decisions are key to shifting course due to the coronavirus pandemic, say UB guest columnists Kelli Rainey and Nicole Melander.
University of Dayton's process for bringing physical therapy students back to campus offers some guidance for other colleges and universities striving to hold in-person classes later this year.
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