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If video chats have gotten you through COVID and online learning so far, you might consider creating a digital avatar to meet virtually with colleagues or teach remote classes.
In the wake of COVID-19, college and university leaders can learn a lot from their fully online peers—which have been iterating for years on how best to deliver online education.
A combination of tech tools is needed for distance learning, from video streaming and web conferencing to recorded video.
By mid-summer, the University of Rochester had reopened about 140 lab spaces, allowing about 675 researchers to go back to work.
Family bubbles,’ waiting rooms and priority elevator access are a few ways to prevent COVID’s spread as colleges and universities reopen for the fall semester.
Unity College will shift permanently to a hybrid online learning model that will offer students lower tuition and could also lead to a sale of the school's campus in Maine.
The Twitch partnership will provide minority students with opportunities to earn scholarships and increase skills in STEM-related education fields.
Christian Gross of the American Video Game League and Boom.tv says smart, campus-wide strategies that reach all gamers, not just superstars, can foster growth, retention.
College libraries, already a key source of digital literacy lessons, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall.
The university's CHIME team is getting the project-based learning experience of a lifetime, working with the World Health Organization and the Pan-American Health Organization.
As the fall semester gets closer, higher education leaders are finalizing complex plans about reopening campuses safely, plans that must be able to change at a moment's notice as the pandemic continues.
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