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Report: Online Education Completion Lags Behind Face-to-Face Instruction

The University of Florida’s Institute of Higher Education found students who enroll in exclusively online degree programs were less likely to complete a degree than peers who enrolled in some face-to-face courses. But certain actions can help promote online learning success.

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A State Calculates the Costs of Dual Enrollment

Ohio’s state auditor finds that half of colleges lose money when accounting for all costs of their programs for high school students.

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Veterans’ Studies Gains Traction as Emerging Field

As more colleges focus on recruiting military veterans, proponents of this nascent academic discipline want to promote academic inquiry about veterans.

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Academic Success Tip: Promoting Affordable Course Materials

Gettysburg College librarians are spearheading efforts to lower out-of-pocket course materials costs for learners by organizing faculty workshops and student surveys.

Derek Penslar leans on a podium, looking up at a projected slide about the Balfour Declaration.

Tackling the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the Classroom

Professors who teach about the Middle East report increased interest in their spring courses—though not necessarily from the biggest activists on campus.

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Technology Students in Africa, Bolstered by ‘Grassroots AI’

Amid South Africa’s perfect storm of few universities, racial inequities and economic disparities, AI students find support in a not-so-grassroots grassroots movement.

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Online Pioneers Begin Urgent Pursuit of Value From AI

Paul LeBlanc is stepping down from SNHU’s presidency to help push higher ed to take the generative intelligence challenge far more seriously.

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Academic Success Tip: Investing in Effective TA Work

When working alongside teaching assistants, professors can consider these five areas to promote a better experience for themselves, the assistants and the undergraduate learners enrolled in the course.