They're coming, sooner or later, into our computing future: Virtual and augmented reality, gesture and facial recognition, holograms and more. Look forward with us to the best things in store, sooner or later.
As the leaders of Baton Rouge’s higher education institutions gathered at a forum this afternoon to highlight what they’re individually and collectively doing to create a more educated workforce in the Capital Region, a common theme soon emerged:...
The Waning of the Carnegie Unit (essay) Inside Higher Ed The Carnegie Unit perfectly mirrored its times and the design of the nation's schools. An industrialized America created schools modeled on the technology of the times: the assembly line.
When given the opportunity to develop innovative solutions to the most pressing problems facing higher education today, the sky’s the limit. Four sample models illustrate solutions that can radically change the higher ed landscape.
Senators Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Al Franken, D-Minnesota, continued a long-time bipartisan collaboration Wednesday with the introduction of a pair of bills, the goals of which are to give potential students and their families better information...
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Diversifying Higher Ed Still a Challenge Diverse: Issues in Higher Education In the 1990s, many institutions made a concerted effort to hire more Black faculty members.
A recent webinar hosted by The New Media Consortium on “black swan” events stressed the importance of responding flexibly to unpredictable trends and new technologies in order to best maximize the impact they can have on learning.
Looking ahead into the classroom of 2035 certainly makes for some intriguing thoughts in rethinking the way that we deliver quality instruction. The Khan Academy is a good example of the brilliant work that has gone into redesigning learning.
Prior to Hurricane Katrina, most colleges in New Orleans provided few if any online courses. But the widespread displacement that followed the storm forced many local schools to find ways of allowing students to continue their education remotely.
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