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How AI Has Begun Changing University Roles, Responsibilities

While job titles and descriptions have not changed, more faculty are being given AI-focused tasks, according to a new Educause survey.

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Professors Cautious of Tools to Detect AI-Generated Writing

Mixed performance by AI-detector tools leaves academics with no clear answers.

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Assessing Quality of Microcredentials Is Difficult

Most high school educators recognize the value of microcredentials, but a dearth of available data on outcomes can make them hesitant to recommend nondegree pathways to students.

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Students Distancing From Distance Learning

The drop has academics cautioning against going all in on online courses.

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Data Science Major Takes Off

Colleges are leaning into data science majors as workforce demand rises and the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded for the specialty skyrockets.

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Microcredentials on the Rise, but Not at Colleges

A new survey found training partnerships between employers and four-year colleges fell between 2022 and 2023 while instruction provided by third-party providers rose.


3 Questions for the University of Rochester’s Eric Fredericksen

A conversation with a professor and associate vice president for online learning.

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AIs Enrolling as Students in Michigan University’s Experiment

Artificial intelligences Ann and Fry will listen in to online courses before making their way to the classroom, ultimately eyeing Ph.D.s.