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Why Every Educator Should Read ‘Centers for Teaching and Learning’

The role of CTLs as catalysts, enablers and levers of organizational change.

Protest as Performance

Does performative activism work?

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COVID Lawsuits Plague Colleges

Trends are emerging in the wave of court cases stemming from the shift to remote learning in 2020, Lisa Gerson and Michael Ferrara write.

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Chairs Hold the Key to Higher Ed’s Success

The chain of action required to turn institutional policy into real change is broken, writes Don Chu, and a new management model focused on professionalized and empowered department leaders is called for.

Your Institution Is Only Distinctive If Others Take Notice

Marketing leaders can help bring a needed market orientation to institutional strategy setting.


Anxiety, Anticipation and Preparation for AI in Higher Ed

In the whirlwind of developments regarding AI, we must move from anxiety to anticipation and preparation for what the future portends.

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Measuring Censorship Is Hard, and Stopping It May Be Harder

Censorship often comes from scientists themselves, driven by laudable motives, Musa al-Gharbi and Nicole Barbaro write.

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Coping With the Challenge of Constant Change

How can make our work each day effective, Jaynie C. Mitchell asks, when we aren’t sure how the end of that day will shift our journey from where we started?