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 Dilani Gedera, Ashwini Datt, Cheryl Brown and Dianne Forbes As any university student, lecturer or tutor can attest, the pandemic has turned learning and teaching upside down. So it’s.
by Andrew Vanden Heuvel Colleges and universities around the world have done away with face-to-face classes to slow the spread of coronavirus. At nearly every institution of higher education, faculty.
by Andrew M. Abernathy Nearly one year ago, before COVID-19 engulfed us all, something spectacular happened—the long awaited call came. After more than two years of a nationwide job search,.
When higher ed.’s gatekeepers sat down this summer to chart the treacherous future of COVID-on-campus, a diverse slate of re-open plans emerged. Some lean on virtual learning, others aim for.
Most universities in the United States have chosen to offer a mix of in-person and online instruction in the coming academic year as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and.