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New multi-state network created for faculty collaboration

The Association of American Colleges and Universities has announced a new project centered on the creation of a multi-state network of resources and information for faculty members that is aimed…

Opinion
Accreditation is bigger than a chicken-and-egg problem

Sylvia Manning, former president of the regional accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission, who was also infamously embroiled in the closure of Altius Education, has published a paper with the…

Being a social CIO at a liberal arts college

Perhaps the most important role that a Chief Information Officer has, is to be an advocate for the role of technology at the senior leadership level.…

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College boards: Innovation shouldn’t stop at governance

College and university boards are hindering institutional progress in innovative practices thanks to an inward-looking mindset from 50 years ago, says a brief released today by the Association of Governing…

How-to
How administrators can enhance online learning programs

Administrators and administrative structure can not only vastly improve online program efficiency, but boost enrollment by thousands of students. At least, that’s what a new study of private, non-profit colleges…

Resource
Report: New revelations about campus IT trends

Almost one in every five dollars spent on campus IT investments are made outside of centralized IT; in other words, almost $4 billion is spent in non-managed, non-measured, and redundant…

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New MOOC for admins promises better online students

The free four-week online course, designed by an Austin-based digital marketing agency, Tocquigny—a company whose clients include Regent University and Rice University—says it will offer “expert insight into the strategies…

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Controversial university president: Stop pushing for immediate gratification

As education leaders nationwide grapple with defining the true purpose of institutions of higher learning in the 21st century, Bill Powers used the occasion of his last annual speech as…

Opinion
Driving consortial change–it takes more than missionaries

Selective residential colleges and universities usually have several things in common – they are usually small, usually survive upon tuition, room, and board for their operating budgets, and are usually…

College first in the nation for these admissions

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College first in the nation for these admissions

In what could be considered not only a truly unique marketing move for a brand-conscious college, but also a giant step forward in creating admissions equity for a more diverse…

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