With so many articles about Higher Ed IT across the web, it can be easy to miss something important. Here we have collected articles from some of the best Higher Ed IT blogs for you in one aggregate feed. We are constantly updating this list from some of our favorite sources.
White scientists outscore African Americans at a key step in the awarding of the sought-after funds. The new research comes at a time when the nationâ€™s racial inequities are under intense scrutiny.
What itâ€™s like to be black and exhausted in America.
The things that make learning effective in person need to be reimagined.
A recent upgrade to the Ticket System has slightly changed the appearance and process for creating and updating tickets. The primary change is to the updating process, but the display is slightly different for each aspect. Update a Ticket If you have information to add to an existing ticket, you can add content but you have to click the plus sign to add the note before choosing Save at
Advocacy for a fully online semester seems to own the ethical high ground right now. But at what cost to our neediest students?
The author Maggie Doherty discusses feminist education and the tension between intellectual journalism and academe.
If the model gains traction, it will open up opportunities and de-emphasize the college degree.
Ohio State, the University of Virginia, and the University of Louisville are among a growing number of campuses where students have called for funds to be diverted to other purposes.
As Covid-19 Constrains SAT Capacity, College Board Urges Admissions Offices to ‘Provide Flexibility’
The testing organization is putting plans for an online, take-at-home version of the exam on hold â€” and asking colleges to adjust to testing disruption.
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