Higher Education Career Advice

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It offers exciting new ways to learn, create and disseminate research, write 11 scholars, who offer concrete ideas for how to harness it as a productive tool for teaching and scholarship.

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September 27, 2021
The networking process unfolds over several years, and you should slowly navigate your connections toward more purposeful engagement in the future, writes Andrew Crain.
September 24, 2021
Whether faculty work on campus, remotely or in a hybrid model, supporting their well-being is vital, write Katherine Segal, Monique M. Jethwani, Matthea Marquart, Moira Curtain and Karma Lowe.
September 23, 2021
I’m in the same unknown place as my fellow humanities Ph.D.s, who want to put their education and experience to good use while also supporting themselves and their families, writes Marci Vogel.
September 22, 2021
Many course policies, assessment measures and other supposedly objective performance standards at best get in the way of learning and at worst make it impossible, argues William Duffy.
September 21, 2021
To get through the last few miles, you will need a holistic approach that prioritizes your mental health alongside productivity and writing, advises Samina Gul Ali.

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