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New Programs: Public Administration, Government, Psychology, Computer Science

American International College is starting a bachelor’s of public administration. Regent University is starting a Ph.D. program in government. Spartanburg...

HyFlex Should Not Become the Norm

Students need flexibility, yes, but HyFlex is not the answer, Alanna Gillis writes.

4 Questions to Ask to Promote Student Learning

Applying a growth mind-set–by–design approach encourages students to leave the classroom with a sense of agency, writes JT Torres.

Students Talking

Classrooms are filled with students who need to think and talk about gender violence, and professors have a unique opportunity to help that happen, Heather Hewett writes.

New Programs: Business, School Counseling, Human-Centered Design

Indiana Wesleyan University is starting a certificate program in essential business practices. Sacred Heart University is starting a master of...

University of California System Bans Fully Online Degrees

The 10-campus system closes a loophole that could have let undergraduates piece together a degree. Experts and some inside the system say that in justifying its decision, UC perpetuated outdated claims about online learning.

AI Bots Can Seem Sentient. Students Need Guardrails.

Faculty members have welcomed chat bots into their classrooms. But how will they help students manage AI’s sometimes-disturbing replies?

HyFlex Learning: Viable Beyond Emergencies?

The hybrid approach kept classroom learning accessible during the pandemic. Do the pros outweigh the cons in “normal” times?