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Blockchain isn’t coming; it’s arrived. ‘This is a monumental shift in the way we approach records in education.’
Filled with resources, messages from UNC Greensboro leaders and students, and links to important topics and policies, this website has it all.
What colleges and universities can do to reach a generation of students affected by the pandemic and the myriad options they have in furthering their education.
While some bemoan the loss of in-person classes, the remote learning forced by COVID-19 offers us an opportunity to expand access, confront opportunity gaps, and prepare for future growth of higher education.
According to a new NACS report, faculty faced challenges early on in the pandemic but embraced technology, leaned away from print and realized some trends may become permanent.
Students will be receiving their diploma covers and celebrating from their vehicles in different ways, depending on the institutions and COVID-19 protocols still in place.
Many higher education professionals would argue that the changes brought on by the pandemic will have a lasting positive influence on how we teach.
Colleges and universities, including the latest one at Sacred Heart in Connecticut, are offering both a training ground and bridge to communities to help children with social and emotional needs.
Spurred by the pandemic and students ordering meals online, these smaller-format operations are providing safe, healthy meal alternatives to eat-in dining.
A new report shows that asynchronous instruction has advantages and may improve scores for remote students.
President Dr. Eli Capilouto discusses the rollout of vaccines, the ongoing efforts around research and health care and the strength of the institution during the crisis.
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