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Articles by Meris Stansbury


Digitizing education for the good ol’ days

All of my classes are paperless. It’s not because I’m a tech-wiz. In fact, I’m “all thumbs” when it comes to learning new technology—and not the quick-moving thumbs of text…

How to integrate STEM into writing courses

Our students are already there! I’ve been teaching writing as a part-time adjunct at a community college for about eight years. I came to the post after a 20-year career…

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Why scaling CBE at your institution is critical

We are entering new territory that is already transforming higher education in ways we have not seen since 1893 when the college credit hour was introduced. That territory is being…

Online courses: Are we learning yet?

The problems with online courses are not limited to MOOCs. The benefits of online learning are undeniable. Barriers inherent in traditional learning such as time, space, location, and access are…

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Is this the online learning model of the future?

In 2013, over 7.1 million college students enrolled in an online course, contributing to the steady 260 percent increase in online enrollment over the last decade. As current and future…

Unpacking the claims about MOOCs

Who actually gets access to MOOCs? And what are they getting access to? Claims about increasing access to higher education are at the heart of arguments for MOOCs, and rightly…

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6 steps to make your college workforce-ready

In the wake of President Obama’s SOTU address, national organizations and foundations are starting to bolster support for what they say are critical higher education-business pipelines, with the aim of…

Why colleges must move beyond BYOD

While many higher-ed IT shops are still struggling to handle the flood of mobile devices onto campus networks, some industry experts now advise schools to adopt a broader strategy that…

Why colleges must move beyond BYOD

While many higher-ed IT shops are still struggling to handle the flood of mobile devices onto campus networks, some industry experts now advise schools to adopt a broader strategy that…

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Teaching coding? How to select a programming language

Programming is more widespread and you don’t need a degree to be a programmer; it’s no longer mainly for scientists and engineers: students studying the humanities, students studying English as…

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