Technology may not change education on its own, but it certainly is part of learning’s evolution
How higher ed is finding success providing remote mental health support for students during the pandemic
Higher ed institutions have discovered the value of Minecraft to bridge gaps brought on by remote learning
Standardized tests are being relied on less frequently for college admissions and as predictors of student success
Although remote learning may not work well for every student, there’s a lot higher education can do to improve the numbers
Like true scientists, college instructors are trying new approaches to online labs to provide hands-on learning opportunities.
From answering basic campus questions to providing academic support, artificial intelligence (AI) is helping higher ed to work smarter not harder
Ironically, teaching tech through tech is a challenge, but Champlain College Online is cracking the code
Rivet School combines online learning and personal coaching for an accredited, job-focused bachelor’s degree in as little as two years and for less than $10,000.
Implementing a virtual desktop infrastructure can help keep creative juices flowing at art and design schools
School ventilation systems are being upgraded to better protect students and staff by integrating new technologies and processes
Counseling services at Allan Hancock College continue to be available remotely through additional resources and platforms
Maryville University president Mark Lombardi discusses workforce development and his institution's new approach