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Engineering challenge launches across globe

Elsevier, a provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, has launched the 10th Knovel Academic Challenge; engineering students from across the globe can now sign up to…

Big Data has a degree problem

Increasing by more than 300 percent since the 1990s, the number of undergraduates in statistics degree programs is the fastest growing program in the U.S. But the growth may not…

Study: Flipped science class helps women, those with lower GPA

Taking a flipped approach to science instruction could help women and students with lower GPAs score higher on exams, according to a new study. Physical chemistry students who were given most…

An educator’s guide to trying maker ed learning

Give practical context, allow for failure, and for heaven's sake, get out of the way! These were just some of the main takeaways in a recent edWeb webinar.…

Why flipping the core is not sacrilege in higher education

As a proud recipient of an arts and sciences undergraduate degree, I fondly look back on the cattle call that was course selection for my first semester of college. It…

Carnegie, XanEdu partner to improve math delivery

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and mobile content provider XanEdu have partnered to deliver developmental math programs to higher education instructors. The Carnegie Foundation selected XanEdu to support…

iCE + iPad= curricular superstar

For several years now, higher ed visionaries have touted the potential of learner-centered instruction, flipped classrooms, mobile-optimized course materials, and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Now, rather than just talking about them, Thomas…

What are innovation spaces, and do you need one?

Designated spaces for “tinkering” at some of the country’s most prestigious institutions may not only spur lifelong learning habits, but also produce social and technological innovations critical to today’s economy,…

New college rankings include innovative schools

An annual college ranking report designed to help prospective students compare schools' academic quality this year includes a list of the most innovation schools across the nation, so named for…

Colleges rethink the math students need

How can colleges help students thrive in math courses? Dena DeYoung traces her trouble with math back to sixth grade, when a well-intended placement test showed she was smart enough…

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