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Textbook Affordability a Top Faculty Concern

Nearly two-thirds of faculty members view textbook affordability as a top priority for their universities, according to the annual Faculty...
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Online Course Provider 2U Faces Doubts It Can Continue

The financially challenged company said it needs to undergo major changes to survive.

Colleges Urge Education Dept. to Keep Rules Allowing Inclusive Access

Seventy-five administrators and professors from at least 61 institutions are calling on the Education Department in a letter released Wednesday...

Prompting Progress: Advancing Your AI Skills

Generative artificial intelligence has the potential to greatly enhance your creativity, efficiency, productivity and relevance in nearly every role in higher education.

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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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Report: Best Practices for Using, Teaching Generative AI in Research

Guidance from Cornell University identifies how artificial intelligence tools should be applied to research, with guidance on navigating the shortcomings of generative AI.

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Teaching Tip: Navigating AI in the Classroom

Generative artificial intelligence tools continue to grow in popularity. Here are four ways faculty members in higher education are teaching about or with AI.