Valdosta State University police charge a professor after he shut a student's computer during class.
New guidelines for teaching writing seek to build "habits of mind" instead of touting specific methods.
For veterans in college, “writing what you know” is not so simple.
Study of freshman research papers suggests students don't really understand the sources they cite.
Librarians at a Texas community college district chafe as new hires are deemed professional staff instead of faculty.
To get students more engaged in texts, some professors hold marathon sessions where students read the books out loud.
Danish university adopts unusual approach to tackle cheating: giving students full Internet access during exams.
Study finds that Republican professors are more likely to give very high grades and very low grades -- and to give lower grades to black students -- than their Democratic counterparts.
When Cal State Bakersfield put developmental math online and minimized the role of faculty, the program bombed. Changes have restored performance, but not faculty jobs.
Assessment need not be a dirty word, an RPI prof tells faculty colleagues; when embraced, it can drive better teaching.
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