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The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 has put nearly all schools, colleges, and universities on unsteady ground. Faced with a “new normal,” the education industry is adjusting to a different campus environment.
The continued shift toward online education has highlighted the need for virtual clinical placements. Discover how universities can deliver hands-on learning in remote formats that enable students to practice social distancing and stay on track to graduation and licensure.
Marymount University renovated an outdated academic model, slashing overhead costs by more than 50% while creating relevant, adaptable, in-demand curricula.
A university leader explains the pressing need for the U.S. to make science more accessible and reform the ways research is rewarded.
Through its Population Health Initiative, the University of Washington is working to make life better for people the world over.
There’s no doubt the job of teaching is a big and important one. With case studies, instructors can explain ongoing social issues using historical snapshots that present a complete picture of the past and a guide for the present.
How to invest wisely in secure, scalable online educational tools that are easy to use and intuitive to learn during a pandemic—and far beyond.
Four ways educators can use skills to engage more learners and employers.
With a commitment to diversity, hands-on learning, and student support, Marymount University is poised to thrive.
A leading crisis communications expert explains how universities can survive—and thrive—in trying circumstances.
Through its Population Health Initiative, the University of Washington is working to make life better for people the world over.
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained traditional college recruitment practices from name buys to campus visits. How do schools stand out from the marketing noise to drive enrollment? Authentically engaging with students where they are.
From a fear of failure to concerns they’ve been out of school too long, adults returning for more education and training can doubt their ability to succeed. Here are resources for institutions that want to ease the transition.
Liaison’s CEO, staff and partners illuminate how to grow applicant pools and boost enrollment—even during a pandemic.
When it realized its nearly 30-year-old ERP software needed a major overhaul, this Pennsylvania school opted for an “intuitive” system that prevented payroll disaster, met the unique needs of its students, and saved staff time.
With bathroom protocols, pop-up parklets and other initiatives addressing short term challenges, the university’s chief architect offers a glimpse into the future: a commitment to reduce energy usage, a plan to use its water treatment plant as a hands-on student lab, and a curriculum proposal that expands degree programs in environmental technology and occupational health and safety.
These scholars are tackling society's most pressing challenges, exploring everything from sustainability to democracy to the future of work. Their research is making a tangible difference, prompting legislation and producing an alternative measure of wellbeing that could replace the GDP.
From food pantries to leadership programs to virtual career counseling, New York Tech emphasizes communication, collaboration, and community.
Deepening digital engagement is increasingly important as we shape a new path forward in education together. Download the Connected Student Report for insights from over 1K students and staff and discover the top ways to cultivate a connected student community at scale.
How a flipped classroom, journal clubs, and “ad-lib” conversations kept students engaged.
From researching programs to pursuing career opportunities, fully online college students have unique needs and preferences. View this infographic to explore the traits of online learners and use these valuable insights to better craft programs and processes. View Now »
With a quick pivot, Regis College transitioned nearly all of its 4,000 students to remote learning and online courses that were "engaging, interactive, and beautiful."
As some college campuses start welcoming students back to campus this fall, the effects of COVID-19 on Americans’ plans and expectations for their education will be important to consider.
Collegis's Bob King shares three things colleges should do now to prepare for a “hybrid, technology-enabled” future, and addresses the “million dollar question”—how to balance downward pressures on price with the need to invest in quality digital infrastructure.
New York Tech’s E.R.R.S.E.L.A. robot has served double duty as a research and high school outreach tool before and during the pandemic… and even played a starring role at this year’s commencement.
When campus became off limits to all but essential services in March, the cloud-first institution became 100% remote in just three days.
In just six weeks, ETS completely revamped its delivery model so aspirants can test from the safety of home. With 30,000+ students registered, the GRE® General Test at home exemplifies ETS’s commitment to evolve in support of the graduate community.
The landscape of higher education is changing more rapidly than ever—shifting demographics, the economy and the ever-expanding list of skills expected by employers. All this coupled with rapid advances in technology present both challenges and opportunities in the workforce.
Rice University has released plans to the public, allowing anyone to develop a ventilation unit to help treat COVID-19 patients. 
Now that many in-person courses are moving to virtual learning environments, you may begin facilitating live, video-based sessions with your students. Learn the essential steps to follow when you plan and facilitate live sessions for these virtual classes.

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