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6 Tips for Teaching Online and In Person Simultaneously

Amy E. Crook and Travis W. Crook outline strategies to promote meaningful engagement for online students while at the same time providing a rich face-to-face learning environment.

How to Teach F2F With a Mask and Create Caring Classrooms

While it's uncharted teaching territory for most, if not all, of us, we can seek out experts and advice to help us, writes Jamie Landau.

Offensive but Forgivable Joke or Fireable Offense?

Professor is reassigned from teaching after making comment about face masks to student from Wuhan, China, during online class. Some call comment xenophobic; others rally to his support.

No DeVos at Republican Convention

A long list of speakers will appear at the Republican National Convention this week, but Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won't be among them.


Scott McLemee reviews Bernard-Henri Lévy's The Virus in the Age of Madness.

Something's Got to Give

Women's journal submission rates fell as their caring responsibilities jumped due to COVID-19. Without meaningful interventions, the trend is likely to continue.

Tenure Awarded at… College of Southern Maryland, Wheaton (Ill.)

College of Southern Maryland Bishnu Ghimire, English, communication and languages Lisa Gonzalez, nursing Joshua Grosek, mathematics Sarah Hand, mathematics Rachel...

It’s Compassion, Not Capitulation, to Ask Less of Students Amid Disruption

As was true last spring, the college learning environment this fall is likely to challenge students. Professors should be flexible and empathetic, William Ellis writes.