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July 19, 2018
If we as faculty members truly want to own the assessment of student performance and understanding, then we should work together toward meaningful solutions and processes, writes Will Miller.
July 19, 2018
“Assessment” has become a dirty word in higher education, but it’s much more than rubrics, forms and statistics, argues Matthew DeSantis.

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July 18, 2018
After leaving teaching, still in search of a new identity.
July 18, 2018
LIS, disciplines, and learning innovation.

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December 6, 2010
On November 17, an article here entitled “Is Higher Ed Ready to Change?” referred to “the embrace of the necessity and inevitability of fundamental change in higher education.” It went on to characterize faculty as skeptics about change and acknowledged a certain amount of scapegoating of faculty, stating:
December 3, 2010
Can scholars plagiarize themselves? Perry A. Zirkel examines one case and its implications.
December 2, 2010
The push for performance-based funding, built on data and other outcomes, exaggerates the likely results, Garrison Walters writes.
December 1, 2010
Once, it was dangerous for professors to publish too much. Scott McLemee takes a trip to Geezer Junction.
November 30, 2010
In the midst of an economic crisis, financial literacy programs at colleges around the country are expanding.

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