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The New Hall Monitor

David Galef considers the privacy implications of logging on to his university’s Wi-Fi network.

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Giving an F for Recording Classes, Even for Students With Disabilities

A UCLA professor whose classroom hosts contentious debates says she’ll fail any student who records. She says it’s a matter of academic freedom. But does federal law allow it?

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AI Taking Root in Growing Number of Agriculture Programs

Embracing the technology could not only boost food production but also prepare students for fast-changing jobs.

Calling B.S. on the AI Education Future

The “queen of the internet” is full of something…


Featured Gig: Assistant/Associate Director of Teaching Development at Sacred Heart University

Another installment of a new series about the best alternative academic jobs in higher ed.

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Animated AI TAs Coming to Morehouse

The AI avatars—which can look like students’ professors—are intended to answer course questions 24-7.

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Noncredit Pathways: A Federal Policy Blind Spot

States should lead the way in expanding opportunity for noncredit learners, writes Kenyatta Lovett.

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An Online Pivot That Continues to Pay Off

Enrollment is so strong at Unity Environmental University that it recently announced it will both raise employee salaries and freeze tuition.