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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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The ‘Native Speaker’ Fallacy

Stop telling students to have their essays checked by a native English speaker, Kino Zhao writes.

Judge Rules Professor Was Entitled to Teach Online During Pandemic

A U.S. district court judge ruled that Kutztown University psychology professor Stephen Oross III, who underwent a heart transplant during...
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Zoom’s Changing Stances on AI and User Data Have Faculty Alarmed

Faculty members joined the social media outrage over Zoom’s ambiguity on using data to feed its AI and machine learning platforms. 

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.

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The Everyday Work of Transformation

Simple, scalable frameworks can help students understand the why of what they’re learning, Cathy N. Davidson and Rachel Stephenson write.

Centenary University psychology professor Tal Ben-Shahar, a light-skinned man with short hair wearing glasses, stands in front of shelves of books.

As Student Mental Health Worsens, Colleges Embrace Happiness Courses

Centenary University’s new master’s degree program in happiness studies emerges as courses related to well-being proliferate on college campuses.


Trivializing Teaching and Oversimplifying Economics

A flawed and foolish effort to quantify the cost of minutes of teaching.