by P.D. Lesko Are your online students cheating when they take their exams? Yes they are, and unless faculty members actively work to curb the opportunities their students have to.
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.
by Robert Massa Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand.
by Chris Impey Massive open online classes, or MOOCs, have seen a surge in enrollments since March. Enrollment at Coursera – an online platform that offers MOOCs, has skyrocketed and.
Teaching students online isn’t about pontificating on a stage, it’s about developing meaningful relationships by Kate Roll Universities have changed how we teach in at least one important way: we’re now.
by Dan French, Ph.D. Perhaps ironically, as I was grading earlier in the week, the old song “Everybody Loves You Now” by Billy Joel streamed through my computer. It was.