NEW ORLEANS — A report released last week shows that while campus enrollments declined 3.2 percent from fall 2012 to fall 2015, distance education enrollments rose 11 percent. Private nonprofit institutions saw the biggest jump in online enrollments – 40 percent – during that time period.
With a few exceptions, high-tech efforts to track students with learning analytics are still just getting off the ground.
Twelve scholars share their tips for getting it done.
Want to be productive and set smart goals for your break? Hereâs how.
To make the best use of her break, an assistant professor at the U. of Oregon broke it into three chunks.
A decade ago, Kristina Anderson was shot while in her French class at Virginia Tech. Now sheâs reshaping, again and again, the meaning of that terrible day.
Juilliard School's campus inÂ Tianjin,Â China, named its first president, and a veteran leader of journalism schools in the United States was appointed founding dean of the journalism school atÂ O.P. Jindal Global University, in India. Â
After the shootings, Lucinda Roy, an English professor, felt she had failed. "We have this idea of the ideal teacher, that if you only try heard enough, you will be able to reach every student."
Acquiring an expensive tool does not guarantee demonstrable and sustainable improvement.
Freely licensed textbooks mean big savings for students, but the extra work of assembling the course materials makes some faculty members wonder whatâs in it for them.
College networks are under constant attack by hackers whose tools are increasingly sophisticated.
At Western Governors University, an online-only institution that enrolls 80,000, the possibilities for institutional researchers are just about endless.
Selected readings on digital technology.
While other states allow free tuition to community colleges, the New York effort is being called the nationâs first free-tuition program for middle-class families.
Jerzy Nowak, whose wife, Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, was killed at Virginia Tech in 2007, recalls the day that changed his life, and how he and their daughter continued.
Some people question why such students donât obtain permanent legal residency. The answer? Itâs extremely difficult.
"Dreamers" are often advised not to leave the country, for fear that they wonât be allowed to re-enter. Some of them are taking the risk anyway.
The seven faculty members cited as their reason disagreements with administrators of the Massachusetts institution over shared governance.
The hit podcast highlights a long-running friendship between Thomas F. Moore, who led the University of South Carolina Upstate, and an eccentric polymath who was once his student.
But the Faculty Caucus of Color expressed the "highest confidence" in the chairwoman of the university's Board of Regents.
An investigator's report may offer some explanation as to why the university suspended its cheerleading team.