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.
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.
Here, the presidents of three universities answer six critical questions about the future of higher education as its being reshaped by COVID-19. Beyond just moving online, how is COVID-19 forcing.