Transforming the Student Experience

Transforming the Student Experience
A student wearing headphones watches a recorded lecture.
Sep 07, 2022
The pandemic may be fading, but some students still need accommodations and flexibility, proponents say. Others argue that recorded lectures inhibit class discussion, compromise privacy and threaten faculty intellectual property rights.
Feb 22, 2017
Texas A&M professor creates video game to teach students introductory calculus, one of the most difficult academic subjects. 

Opinion

November 28, 2022

As higher ed professionals, this is a good time to rethink our social platforms.

November 16, 2022

Survey shows nearly half said they chose their college on the basis of potential career prospects, but only 11 percent felt prepared to enter the workforce.

November 2, 2022

Artificial intelligence has begun impacting education, but the best is yet to come!

October 19, 2022

It is time that we prepare for adding a more relevant, more responsive, student-centered, technology-delivered curriculum.

October 5, 2022

Whether you consider teaching an art, craft, science or profession, it is clear that K-12 teachers are more fully prepared than many of us who teach in higher ed.

September 21, 2022

Higher education is notoriously slow to change, unable to keep up with society. Let’s imagine together that instead we were responsive to the changes in society.

September 7, 2022

More than half of college employees say they’re likely to leave their jobs in the next year, a new survey finds. The most common reasons: prospect of higher pay, an opportunity to work remotely and more flexible work hours.

August 24, 2022

We have read for years that artificial intelligence will make us more efficient and effective. We’re seeing the impact now in gathering big data, identifying and predicting trends, and providing quick answers to the run-of-the-mill questions from students and others.

August 10, 2022

Climate change is heating up -- perhaps online learning is part of the solution.

July 27, 2022

Online learning has evolved over the past 25 years from a niche position on the margins of higher ed to the leading driver of growth in enrollment and innovation.

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Archive

September 7, 2022
The pandemic may be fading, but some students still need accommodations and flexibility, proponents say. Others argue that recorded lectures inhibit class discussion, compromise privacy and threaten faculty intellectual property rights.
July 5, 2022
The University of Denver recently opened a campus in the Rocky Mountains to enhance academic programs and improve student mental health.
May 3, 2022
The national mental health crisis plaguing colleges is stretching disability support offices, where more students are registering psychological disorders to receive classroom accommodations.
November 9, 2021
Higher education thought leaders and colleges are working together to create a three-year bachelor’s degree program that will offer all the value of a four-year degree—for less cost.
January 6, 2021
The pandemic has forced institutions to reckon finally with the fundamental issues of the true value of higher education from a student's perspective, Peter Lake and Rob Buelow write.
September 11, 2018
Early-alert systems designed to catch struggling students are ubiquitous in higher ed, but not every institution is seeing desired results.
July 10, 2018
The best college teaching has always included both rational argument and emotional insight -- a combination that is more crucial than ever in classrooms today, argues John R. Swallow.
March 29, 2017
Survey of campus counseling centers finds increased demand for services, as well as additional positions and more diversity in hiring.
March 16, 2017
Despite all the talk about the need for innovation, colleges and universities today are changing too quickly, not too slowly, argues Johann N. Neem.

Archive

February 22, 2017

Texas A&M professor creates video game to teach students introductory calculus, one of the most difficult academic subjects. 

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