Neologisms, slang, jargon, acronyms and loanwords are reshaping the language right before our eyes.
Lifetime earnings matter more than starting salaries.
As educators, let’s not be so reactive to AI when it comes to possible plagiarism, writes Brandi Lawless. Otherwise, we are no more nuanced than it is itself.
Senate Bill 18 would change the landscape of Texas public higher education for the worse, Jennifer Ebbeler writes.
On the path from tenured professor to director of digital pedagogy and media.
Among many benefits, handwork of any sort can help students understand different types of learning, create a new identity and forge new relationships, writes Diane Downer Anderson.
It’s a mistake to confine the American musical theater to drama departments.
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