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North Carolina Central University Suspends Online Classes Following Cyberattack

Online classes, Wi-Fi and campus email were shut down on North Carolina Central University’s campus following a cyberattack on Sunday...
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Merger of Online Program Companies Suggests ‘Reset’ in the Market

Academic Partnerships’ acquisition of Wiley’s online program business is latest change in tumultuous online program management market.

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AI Voice Clones and Deepfakes: The Latest Presidents’ Engagement Tools

Artificial intelligence is allowing university presidents to reach students in new ways—and forms. But experts warn to proceed with caution.

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Public Perception of Online Education Improved Sharply Post-Pandemic

Survey finds confidence in virtual learning is growing, particularly among younger Americans. But a third still say in-person is better.

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2U, USC Curtail Online Partnership

Southern California and the online program manager will part ways on master’s degrees that became a target of scrutiny because of their high price.

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Students Outrunning Faculty in AI Use

A new study finds over half of students use generative AI, while more than 75 percent of faculty members do not regularly use the technology.

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Virtual Reality’s Growing Role in Campus Counseling

Lowered costs and a growing population familiar with technology have helped fuel interest in using virtual reality in campus counseling.

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Q&A: Being a University’s First Chief AI Officer

Mark Daley, CAIO of Western University in Canada, answers questions about his groundbreaking new role.