1. Educational Technology Grants: Where to Apply and How

    Finding out about educational technology grants — especially ones that are relevant to higher education — isn’t as straightforward as…

  2. How to Become an Adjunct Professor

    If you love to teach and have a passion for your industry, you may want to consider part-time work in higher education. Here’s how to…

  3. Experiential Education Provides Deep Learning Opportunities

    How experiential education can take place inside the classroom through techniques such as role-playing, simulations and collaborative group…

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    Self-Regulated Learning: 5 Ways to Add it to Your Class

    With so much uncertainty in the job market, self-regulated learning has become an essential skillset for lifelong learning and the ability…

  5. 9 Teaching Podcasts to Boost Your Edtech Knowledge

    There are tons of resources for educators on everything from new technology to digital pedagogy, teaching strategies and thought leadership…

  6. Should Cellphones Be Allowed in School? Only With a Plan

    Should cellphones be allowed in school? College students are going to bring their cellphones to class no matter what you do. As a teacher,…

  7. Keylogging is the Latest Way of Cheating in College

    Professors have always had to contend with cheating in college, but thanks to the growing use of technology in the classroom, students are…

  8. Tips for Finding Good OER Content for Your Course

    Instructors are increasingly using Open Educational Resources (OER). But given the wide variety of materials available, how do you judge…

  9. How Instructors Can Prevent Cheating in College

    Long before the existence of the Internet, students have found ways to cheat. They wrote mathematical formulas on their hands or tried to…

  10. Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery: What Faculty Should Do

    In late August and early September, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma wreaked havoc not only on homes and businesses, but on post-secondary…

  11. Would You Pay $150K for a Journalism Degree?

    Columbia’s esteemed journalism school is offering a new degree program that incorporates data science — for a price tag of $147,514. In…

  12. Behind the Buzzwords: A Guide to Modern Education Jargon

    We’ve started a glossary to explain some of the more confusing education jargon used to describe modern teaching techniques and lesson…

  13. Buying Textbooks vs. Renting: What Professors Should Know

    Hardcover college textbooks can cost up to $400, and many classes require multiple textbooks—which is why students are being forced to…

  14. Flipped Learning 3.0: Take Teaching Beyond PowerPoint

    About the further evolution of flipped learning, where learners can collaborate in online discussions with peers or even subject matter…

  15. College Cost of Living: Not an Exact Science

    Postsecondary institutions have wildly different ideas of how much it costs to live in school—and it varies even for institutions in the…

  16. How Pioneer Grace Hopper Changed Computer Science

    After a residential college was named for her at Yale, computer scientist Grace Hopper now has some of the recognition she deserves.