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May 23, 2017
While most believe the contrary, some people understand that plagiarism is not necessarily deceitful or deserving censure, writes Jennifer A. Mott-Smith.
May 22, 2017
Bill Mahon describes a decade of inaccurate emergency communications on campuses and provides advice on how to avoid these situations going forward.

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May 22, 2017
On Glass House, the story of Lancaster, Ohio, and the Anchor Hocking glass factory.
May 22, 2017
Augmented reality, flight attendants, and not the future of face-to-face teaching.
May 21, 2017
"Elite" institutions get a pass while the vulnerable are made to knuckle under.

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March 4, 2010
With so many in higher education talking about radical change, pilot programs may lead the way to real reform, says Jeff Abernathy.
March 3, 2010
The Jewish Review of Books has been launched. Scott McLemee gets all verklempt.
March 2, 2010
As an advocate for the position that higher education benefits from studying the lessons of business and selectively implementing those ideas that help corporate and non-profit entities to prosper, I was pleased to come across Inside Higher Ed’s report on the publication of the multi-part work The Business of Higher Education (Praeger), edited by John C. Knapp and David J. Siegel.
March 1, 2010
Paula V. Smith considers the lessons of a program designed to get professors talking across disciplines.
February 26, 2010
The recently released annual “Open Doors” report on the number of international students in the United States made headlines. The data showed that a record number of students from abroad -- 671,616 -- were studying on American campuses in the 2008-9 academic year. The report in general was good news for U.S. higher education and the U.S. economy and good news for international education cooperation.

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