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Credential Confusion

A call for uniformity in practice and terminology.

Faded paintings of the Israeli and Palestinian flags on a brick wall, marked by blood splatters.

The Abuse of Scholar Activism

Ideologically driven scholar activism contributes to campus antisemitism, Rebecca Cypess writes.

Scientific Illiteracy Isn’t a Victimless Crime

What colleges can do to ensure that non-STEM majors acquire greater familiarity with the frontiers of scientific investigation.

Ride the AI Wave: 5 Simple Strategies for Higher Education

Amid the overwhelming noise of AI in every industry, it is vital for campus leaders and marketers to approach AI adoption in a strategic and intentional manner.

White cubes with black lettering spelling FACT is turned at the C and T to spell in red FAKE

We Are the Targets

Tamara Schwartz outlines how instructors can combat the information warfare that pervades society by teaching students information and disinformation literacy skills.

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Co-Editing Across Institutions

Robin Brooks and Meina Yates-Richard suggest five steps toward successful collaborations that extend scholarly conversations and benefit you and your university.

A close-up of a laptop and a person’s hands – one hand rests on the laptop as if typing while the other seems to hold drawings of a chat bot icon and chat bubbles.

Why You Shouldn’t Use ChatGPT

AI promises efficiency gains, but they come at the cost of alienation, Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin writes.