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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 May 28.
New York Tech courses for educators cover the technical and pedagogical challenges of e-learning—and teachers can complete a microcredential online over the summer.
Federal emergency student grants provided by the CARES Act will no longer be limited to students who receive Title IV aid, the Department of Education announced late on Thursday.
Environmentally focused Unity College’s new online/face-to-face hybrid learning program gives students the flexibility to choose how and when they take classes.
Wellesley College in Massachusetts furthers its partnership with nearby Newton-Wellesley Hospital to bring more comprehensive student health care to campus.
College officials are still determining how to reopen—but they should also consider future operational changes based on lessons learned during closures.
Teachers looking for online learning resources are getting a big boost from the University of Michigan's free library of digital instructional materials.
The financial disruption wrought by the coronavirus on Purdue University's research activities is now being calculated with a new tool the institution developed with Microsoft.
In-person fall semesters are taking shape across the country as colleges plan to reopen with terms that start anytime from mid-summer to early October.
Facing its own budget cuts, Eastern Michigan University offers an online list of coronavirus-related financial impacts at other colleges and universities.
Newly released recommendations for safely reopening colleges and universities during the COVID-19 pandemic might not be feasible for some schools, but higher ed leaders still have options.
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