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Embracing shorter-term credentials and leaning on partners are crucial to sustained success at colleges and universities.
Some worry about spying, seat-taking at colleges, despite merits of international exchange.
A new consortium will give group of HBCUs and MSIs more opportunities to retain students, build enrollment and offer new courses.
After several of years of planning, it’s launching just in time to tackle a foreboding climate crisis.
A study of young and adult learners shows that institutional supports are key, including how technology is utilized.
The Department of Education is expanding Second Chance Pell Experiment for prospective students in prison.
The fact that cheating on online exams rose during the pandemic may not surprise higher ed leaders, but the steepness of the increase may be startling. One company is sharing its data.
With adjuncts making up around 75% of faculty in higher ed, getting them trained on the latest edtech is essential.
A new report from Achieving The Dream shows the immense power of open educational resources, beyond just cost.
The University of West Georgia's holistic approach includes the creation of a key position with president-level power.
Building on ITSM and ITAM, enterprise service management has assumed a broader and increasingly essential role in education that will last long after the pandemic ends.
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