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Here’s why hands-on learning is essential—and still possible in the world of remote learning.
Though colleges and universities are making strides, a newly released Canvas survey on higher education says they must do more to bridge gaps that exist
UMass’s new systemwide course exchange launched as the latest in a wave of higher ed innovations inspired by the shift to distance learning during the COVID pandemic.
A new Center for Community College Student Engagement report offers the first national baseline data on student and faculty perceptions of guided pathways practices. Here’s what researchers learned and why the pandemic has made such practices even more important.
Emerging Leaders Science Scholars program features financial support for studying abroad, internships, summer courses and faculty mentoring.
Rutgers researchers surveyed students for their perspective of remote leaning. Here’s how faculty can improve it and university leaders can support such efforts.
Software engineering degree programs are growing steadily while the more Black and Hispanic students are enrolling in some areas of computer science, an annual higher ed study has found.
Race relations, conflicts between and privacy and technology, and fashion in the era of personal protective equipment (PPE) top annual list that aims to define the outlook of first-year students.
Villanova University now offers a first-of-its-kind online law certificate for legal advocates who defend immigrants in court.
COVID disruptions have led more colleges of all sizes to go test-optional, dropping admissions requirements for students' SAT and ACT scores.
College dorm wastewater can help in detecting coronavirus and deterring an outbreak on campus.
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