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Coronavirus testing, antibody testing, contact tracing and isolating those who fail are all key parts of the fall 2020 plans at colleges and universities determined to open.
This weekend's Tech 4 Covid online event, hosted in partnership with charity Cxmmunity, features a huge list of celebrities who will be streaming and offering educational guidance in hopes of raising $10 million.
Gamer Sensei and Team Genji founder William Collis, a professor and entrepreneur, offers up strategies and guidance for those who instruct in the classroom, with lessons learned from his book on the industry.
Through its membership, clinics and conferences, NAECAD, which oversees esports coaches and directors, provides a powerful collaborative environment to share ideas and foster growth.
Starting this week, the three-week tournament will bring together participants from its 64 universities who will try to win prizes for their schools’ student emergency funds.
Thinking of building or revamping a space on campus for an esports arena? These stunning spaces offer a look at what's possible when colleges combine creativity with the right technology.
With the demand for virtual campus tours surging as coronavirus closures eliminate in-person visit options, admissions administrators are seeing the importance of offering prospective students a robust online visit experience.
The Chicago-based university will be featured at the inaugural October event that serves the higher education and K-12 competitive gaming community.
Research examines higher education facility project activity before and during COVID-19 campus closures. Here's what higher ed leaders need to know and what action can be taken before campuses re-open.
The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening the ever-deepening disconnect between the continual decline in college enrollment and rise in campus footprints, report says.
Students are reaching back into their pasts to reconnect through the popular game Minecraft, while constructing their campuses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Research space and equipment need not be owned by specific departments or researchers. Here's how Texas Tech University manages its shared spaces.
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