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    How a Digital Textbook Helped Earn This Prof a Perfect Course Evaluation

    Educator Nicole McNichols’ Top Hat textbook aligned with Gen Z’s learning style—plus, boosted student exam scores along with her own…

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    3 Ways to Drive Reading Comprehension Using a Digital Textbook

    Generation Z aren’t the type to read for fun—here’s how to address that in your real-time and self-paced college classes

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    The Best Apps for Building Community in Higher Ed

    Support student connections with these mobile apps. You’ll be able to improve asynchronous interactions and enable file and media sharing…

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    3 Ways to Balance Your Workload With Student Needs

    Innovative educators share their advice for putting student success at the forefront—without risking burnout

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    4 Ways to Serve Up Conversation Starters in Class

    Students miss back-and-forth communication with their peers. Here’s how to fix that online.

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    The Ultimate Guide to STEM Education

    Science, technology, engineering and math programs have gained new importance in today’s economy

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    The Ultimate Guide to Open Educational Resources (OER)

    Traditional textbooks no longer make the grade in today’s online learning environment. Here’s why open source textbooks are the way of…

  8. 10 Essential Higher Ed Books for 2021

    A roundup of education books from 2020 that range from professional development to emotional intelligence

  9. Print vs. Screen: Why Traditional Textbooks Are Now Obsolete

    Here’s why education technology—and the digital courseware it supports—is the ultimate replacement for outdated teaching methods

  10. Six Ways to Maintain Online Student Engagement and Attendance

    Increase active learning and online discussions in any real-time or asynchronous class

  11. 15 Educators Sum Up Their Biggest Challenges in 2020

    Communication, motivation and engagement tested higher ed instructors this fall. Here’s how to address these pain points in the new year.

  12. How ‘Doing Less’ Can Improve Community and Connectivity Online

    Giving up control in your online courses helps create a sense of belonging among students, says professor Jessica Roisen

  13. 4 College Students Reflect on Missing Extracurriculars and Campus Life

    Despite losing clubs and sports, students see bright spots in their education when professors make learning active—and…

  14. Ed-on-Ed: College Enrollment Is the Latest Casualty of the Pandemic

    Get insights on the effects of community on academic outcomes and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  15. Ed-on-Ed: Isolation and Paranoia Characterize the Fall Semester

    Get insights on pass-fail grading requests and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  16. 9 Instructors on the Importance of Teaching With Empathy

    A panel of distinguished educators discuss teacher presence, basic needs, self-care and more in part two of our #ProfChats roundup

  17. 5 Expert Tips for Creating Community in Online Classes

    A roundup of the best insights from educators on inclusive tech use, driving student connections and community-based assessment approaches

  18. Ed-on-Ed: Silent Meetings Yield the Loudest Results in Online Classes

    Get insights on concerns around holiday travel plans and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  19. Ed-on-Ed: Enrollment Plummets Among International and First-Year Students

    Get insights on freshman challenges and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  20. 4 Ways the Pandemic Is Challenging Graduate Students

    Pursuing a graduate degree in 2020 and 2021 means dealing with research, teaching and financial hurdles