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Majority of Faculty Prefers In-Person Teaching, but Just Barely

An Educause survey finds that faculty members also want more help and time when it comes to working with technology and remote learning.

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Southern New Hampshire Shuttering Kenzie Academy Boot Camp

Only two years after acquiring the coding trainer, the university cited the rise of AI and increased competition as reasons for the shutdown.

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The Next Iteration of Community College?

A new national, for-profit community college seeks to bring a promising but costly educational model to scale online.

Bonus Episode: Campus interview with Stevens Institute of Technology Dean of Undergraduate Education Eve Riskin

Enjoy this bonus episode featuring a Campus interview with Stevens Institute of Technology Dean of Undergraduate Education Eve Riskin.

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‘Dynamic, Uncertain Moment’ for Online Learning

Annual survey of chief online learning officers finds that while demand is high for online-based courses, there is still room to grow.

Eastern Gateway Community College

In Settlement, Ohio 2-Year College Ends ‘Free’ Online Program

Eastern Gateway agrees to shut controversial program for union members amid Education Department allegations of financial aid irregularities.

A person with a screen for a head displaying "ChatGPT" writes "welcome to class" on an orange wall.

Professors Craft Courses on ChatGPT With ChatGPT

While some institutions are banning the use of the new AI tool, others are leaning into its use and offering courses dedicated solely to navigating the new technology.