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The COVID pandemic continues to wreak havoc on higher education: 86 percent of institutions have yet to announce their plans for the fall semester and, when factoring in enrollment, this leaves more than half (62 percent) of college students uncertain about how to plan their lives come fall. The data appears in a new infographic from Cengage, and includes information gathered from a public listing of fall campus plans tracked
McGraw Hill, a leading learning science company, and TutorMe, a subsidiary of Zovio, an online education platform offering on-demand tutoring, will expand their work together in 2020 to offer college students using the McGraw Hill Connect® digital learning platform a free 60-minute tutoring session with TutorMe. As online and blended learning continues to be the The post McGraw Hill and TutorMe Partner to Offer Free On-Demand Tutoring appeared first on
A new esports complex under construction on the campus of the University of Kentucky has sold naming rights.
Education technology company CourseTune has launched a version of its course planning software for use by individual instructors.
When your institution is buying a new technology solution, this Educause tool can eliminate the tedious work of vetting the security posture of the companies you're considering.
The current pandemic is exacerbating the laborious process of reviewing verifications for student FAFSA applications — placing increased demands on financial aid offices at colleges and universities everywhere.
Virginia Tech is welcoming new Hokies and their families through an online orientation experience this summer. The university began working to implement the new format after announcing in the spring that orientation would be online in response to COVID-19. “We have worked hard to navigate the current landscape and create a robust experience,” said Lizette Rebolledo, director of New Student and Family Programs, the department within Student Affairs that manages
2U's bootcamp division, Trilogy Education Services, has entered the business of high school coding with two online summer camps. Those are being offered by Columbia University Engineering and the University of Pennsylvania College of Liberal and Professional Studies.
Can machine learning really free up time dedicated to grunt work, giving your educators more time for working with students?
Dallas Independent School District will be delivering computer science professional development to teachers in all of its elementary schools, thanks to an arrangement with Amazon.
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