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NASA Space Tech grants available to university faculty

NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate is seeking proposals from accredited U.S. universities on behalf of outstanding early-career faculty members who are beginning independent research careers. The grants will…

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How to tailor online courses to today’s tech-discerning students

As an educator, it’s hard to please today’s tech-savvy students with PowerPoints and lecture-on-video—but those are exactly the kinds of tools available for educators who don’t have time…

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For Asian-Americans, a changing landscape on college admissions

In a windowless classroom at an Arcadia tutoring center, Ann Lee's primer on college admissions begins with the basics: application deadlines, the relative virtues of the SAT versus…

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New program helps older special needs students in postsecondary world

Ten Deron School students between the ages of 18-21 who have learning disabilities or varying levels of autism are participating in a new program called PACE, which was…

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Why online ed accessibility is not a “when we get to it” issue

In the era of online learning, schools, colleges and universities are quickly learning that it’s not enough to provide online content—the content must be accessible for all. But…

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Op-ed: Top 4 apps for healthcare students

Whether through simulation experiences, use of social media, or flipping the classroom, schools of nursing seem to be setting the bar as it pertains to responding to student…

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Do financial incentives work in higher education?

Depending on whom you ask, Missouri’s recent foray into rewarding colleges and universities with extra money for improved academic performance has been either a fantastic success or a…

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Legislation would increase access to online education

Legislation introduced in the General Assembly aims to improve access to higher education by increasing the availability of online or "distance learning" programs in Rhode Island. The bills--one in…

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Op-ed: Making sure grads are more prepared for jobs than interviews

According to a recent study, surveyed students may be more prepared for an initial interview than for the skills required for the job—a trend that could ultimately affect…

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Iranians in science courses a national concern?

The University of Massachusetts, under pressure for a policy that barred Iranian nationals from seeking admission to certain graduate science courses, reversed itself and announced it will now…

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Colleges and Universities across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than…

MOOCs: the future of higher education, or a passing phase?

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have quickly become one of the most polarizing developments in higher education. Many in higher ed see these MOOCs as innovations that could…

Online courses: Are we learning yet?

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Unpacking the claims about MOOCs

Claims about increasing access to higher education are at the heart of arguments for MOOCs, and rightly so; expanded access and greater equity in educational opportunity must be…

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