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Concerns over a second wave of coronavirus later this year will keep courses at one of the nation's largest higher educations systems, The California State University, mostly online in fall 2020.
UB guest columnist Frederick W. Pierce IV discusses on- and off-campus housing as well as enrollment expectations for the fall.
The OU Esports Club festival will bring together students and companies for unique avatar-driven interactions on an informal job-seeking platform.
Contact tracing of individuals diagnosed with coronavirus has become a new academic program at colleges and universities as states and communities attempt to reopen despite the continued spread of COVID-19.
In economic downturns, community college enrollment often rises as students of all ages look to save money or learn new skills after they've lost jobs.
The damage done to students' mental health by the coronavirus outbreak and ensuing college closures has surprised even researchers at a student advocacy organization.
The Trump administration's new rule for Title IX allows college students accused of sexual assault or harassment to have live hearings and cross-examine accusers.
UB guest columnist Laura Spence shares how Sterling College transitioned field-oriented scholarship to the online space, while still keeping the field, farm, forest and community in the coursework.
The league, which moved its finals from the Luxor in Las Vegas, is also holding a charity event with TikTok on Saturday for students to offset education expenses.
Often, distance learning instructors who record themselves will do a quick check to make sure everything is working, but they rarely review the entire video, experts note.
Professors teaching online classes—whether for a live feed or a lecture capture—need to be exceedingly aware of rustling papers, typing sounds and other noises that can irritate viewers and listeners.
At Kansas State University-Olathe, even before coronavirus closures, about 80% of the classes were conducted by videoconference with the main campus about two hours away.
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