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Creating a Data Culture Through Professional Development Training

The University of California, Irvine, created a certificate program to teach digital literacy skills to campus community members with the hope of improving student outcomes.

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Why I’m a Convert to Diversity Statements

Diversity statements proved surprisingly helpful to our red-state university search committee, Suzanne Penuel writes.

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Academic Success Tip: Interdisciplinary Art Collaboration Creates Diverse Course Materials

Music education students at Central College partnered with their visual arts peers to create story and song books for elementary-aged students.

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For Solar Eclipse, Colleges Give Physicists Football Star Treatment

Many stadiums will host public watch parties to instill awe, enhance science literacy, and foster community on and off campus. For the rare event, Inside Higher Ed offers a statistical poem.

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Scaling Up: Peer-Coaching Helps Faculty Boost Student Success

Colleagues at Sacred Heart University provide feedback and guidance to one another with the goal of improving teaching and learning within the classroom.

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Opinion

Professors Are Not the Problem

The ‘viewpoint diversity’ movement ignores that professors aren’t just curators of readings –we’re experts in assessing arguments, Simon Feldman and Afshan Jafar write.

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With Confidence in Higher Ed Plummeting, Colleges Must Recommit to Teaching

The best way to rebuild confidence in higher ed is to focus on teaching, Holden Thorp and Buck Goldstein write.

Report: Most University IT Employees Are Burned Out

IT employees at universities are experiencing burnout, increased workload and dipping budgets, according to a new report. Educause, a nonprofit...