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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.
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.
This summer, multiple professors at the Washington college participated in a coronavirus course for admitted students and now other higher ed leaders can access the content to provide similar lectures at their own institutions.
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?
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.
Academic Esports Conference speaker Joey Gawrysiak shares his journey and strategies in building one of Shenandoah's most successful and popular programs around video games.
What are the elements of a quality online course? How do you keep students engaged and learning without the traditional face-to-face class? How can you ensure flexibility in your course […]
San Jacinto College, a community college near Houston, has brought small groups of students back to campus to complete courses that require hands-on learning.
During the nationwide shift to online learning, many faculty members—including those at Hamilton College in New York—weren't quite sure how students would respond.
The Hamilton College museum's social justice exhibit kept students engaged in their final Sociology 101 projects, even after the students left campus.
Theater would seem to be among the hardest classes to teach online but students at Hamilton College went above and beyond their professor's expectations this spring.
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