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Faculty analysis criticizes online education at George Washington University

George Washington professors review digital offerings and find lack of oversight, unclear course requirements and large student-faculty ratios.

Inside Digital Learning -- Should Online Programs Be Centralized or Decentralized?

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The importance of having a new mind-set after earning tenure (essay)

Finding Your Posttenure Pathway

The mind-sets that helped you gain tenure can silently undermine your success afterward if you don’t identify and shift them, warns Kerry Ann Rockquemore.

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Author discusses why instructors need to teach with technologies

Author discusses why and how instructors should employ digital tools to effectively engage students in face-to-face and online courses.

Newest name in online learning is a familiar one: Woz

Academic program from Apple's co-founder is the latest entrant in the emerging competition to create faster pathways to technical jobs.

Free, easy-to-use online presentation tools

Amy Rottmann and Salena Rabidoux recommend these free, easy-to-use presentation tools to improve student outcomes in online courses.

Follow-up to study on misconduct at academic field sites says clear rules of conduct and enforcement are needed

Study finds patterns of harassment and sexist treatment of scholars in far-flung locations that offer few of the protections of campuses.

How online education benefits introverted students (essay)

Teaching Today

Karen Costa explains why online education might be the best bet for introverted students.

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New simulation study says peer review is better at assuring quality than random publication choices, but that some systems of review are better than others

New simulation study says peer review is better at assuring quality research than random publication choices, but some systems of review are significantly better than others. Editors seen as more effective than peer-review panels alone.

A professor's lesson wasn't actually about pomegranates

Here’s a textbook example of why not to judge a professor on a quick video clip.

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