Newest California study finds students are 11% less likely to pass an online version of the same class. by Jill Barshay Here’s an unusual case where scholarly research is producing.
by David Markowitz Technology has given people more ways to connect, but has it also given them more opportunities to lie? You might text your friend a white lie to get.
by Patricia A. Young At a large private university in Northern California, a business professor uses an avatar to lecture on a virtual stage. Meanwhile, at a Southern university, graduate students.
by George Veletsianos Recent announcements emphasize that institutions of higher education have planned a familiar return to campuses. Their recommendations called for a return to normal with an eye on backup plans and.
by Kerry Cardoza As COVID-19 swept across the U.S. last winter and spring, colleges and universities adapted swiftly to the situation. Though it was swift, it was not without pain:.
by Jack Longmate Several years ago, when I learned that Olympic College in Bremerton, Washington, was about to develop a strategic plan and vision for its future, I was hopeful.