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A Q&A with Penn State University’s Kyle Bowen on how technologies are invented and evolve, and how to use them in teaching
For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.
As more veterans look to continue their education after service to our nation, higher ed must help veterans re-enter civilian life, adapt to the academic environment, and achieve the goal of earning a higher education.
Students at Florida Atlantic University High School work side by side with renowned scientists in a professional lab environment.
Mental health care at community colleges has in the past been hampered by a lack of funding and the fact that many older students live off campus. Recently, community colleges […]
The mandatory “First Year Integrated Course” at the Farmer School of Business at Miami University in Ohio examines diversity from a variety of angles.
Colorado Mesa University’s new campus ID platform tracks the most popular items in the dining hall, but more importantly, it tracks when students aren’t making it to the dining hall […]
It turns out that a key factor in students finishing college is their experience during the very start of college, from the moment they send their deposit through freshman orientation. […]
Video represents the fastest-growing and the easiest-to-decode data that we leave behind—but through a quirk of history, it is one of the most protected by U.S. law.
Why most colleges are only experimenting: Determining the technology’s value “I think the best thing to do in higher ed is to pilot, experiment and be aware of the technology, […]
Seven beacon characteristics and nine high-potential higher ed uses—from campus tours to class attendance.
Strolling across a new campus, a student has little idea where they’re going. Then their phone dings. A beacon has sensed their location. “The library is straight ahead,” the message […]
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