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    Higher Ed Is More Diverse Than Ever. Now It Needs To Be Equitable.

    We're committed to helping close educational gaps among First Nations students. Here's how our partnership with the First Nations Child &…

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    20 Ways Professors Can Make Their Classes More Inclusive

    Inclusive teaching and learning spaces ensure all students not only feel a sense of belonging but have what they need to reach their…

  3. Why Digital Textbooks Are Essential For College Students in 2022

    Digital textbooks allow students to learn in a way that is more flexible and empathetic to their needs—especially important in online and…

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    8 Ways to Keep Your Course Flexible

    Ensure your class is equipped to handle change while providing the same engaging, inclusive learning experience for students

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    How to Equip Your Students With 21st-Century Skills Using Ed Tech

    Here's how you can use ed tech to integrate soft skills into your curriculum to prep students entering the 21st-century workplace

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    Fall 2021 Student Survey: Uncertainty and Opportunity in Higher Ed

    As the Delta Variant casts its unwelcome shadow, our latest student survey shines a light on how educators can meet the evolving needs and…

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    What an Effective Letter of Recommendation Looks Like: A Guide for Professors

    Well-crafted letters of recommendation can open doors for students pursuing extracurricular, professional and personal development…

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    3,052 College Students on What They Want When Campuses Re-Open

    Flexible course delivery, empathetic faculty and active learning factor heavily in students’ perception of value

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    Considering Digital Textbooks? 5 Questions to Ask Before Diving In

    Digital textbooks are the way forward in higher education. Here are five questions to ask yourself when evaluating one for your course.

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    How to Keep Your Presence Alive Amidst a Sea of Black Zoom Boxes

    Zoom can feel distant and impersonal. Here’s how eight educators maintain their presence and build connections online.

  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. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. Ed-on-Ed: What Biden’s Presidency Could Mean for Higher Ed Students

    Get insights on Joe Biden’s impact on college tuition and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  17. Performance-Based Assessment: How to Implement It in the Classroom

    Performance assessment is an increasingly common assessment method that offers significant advantages over traditional high-stakes testing

  18. Ed-on-Ed: Addressing Civil Unrest in Higher Education

    Get insights on colleges’ plans to protect students during election week and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed

  19. Ed-on-Ed: Ease Student Conflict Ahead of the Election

    Get insights on avoiding student unrest post-election and more in our roundup of the top trends in higher ed this week

  20. How COVID-19 May Forever Change the Way Professors Teach

    Reductions in funding, immersive course materials and a mixture of in-person and virtual courses may alter higher ed as we know it