The higher ed student experience includes all aspects of a student’s involvement with an institution, from the time they research and apply for enrollment to their time on campus or in virtual learning programs and through to post-graduation.
2U, Inc., the company behind global online learning platform edX, announced this week a new partnership with the University of Surrey to launch and support the delivery of online master’s degrees and online professional certificate programs. An initial five online…
In the dynamic world of higher education, profound changes are underway, influencing both the academic and administrative realms. As a doctoral student engaged in my second Ph.D. journey, I have witnessed these transformations firsthand.
Two-thirds of admissions officers believe that checking out applicants’ social media posts on apps like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, X, and Threads to learn more about them is “fair game” to help them make decisions about who gets in.
Nearly one-third (28 percent) of high school students who are currently applying or considering applying to college cite mental health concerns as a reason they may choose to delay enrollment or opt out of college entirely.
In education, where the success of students is intricately linked to the motivation and dedication of faculty and staff to go the extra mile, elevating employees’ well-being is not only a humane thing to do, but a crucial component of improving employee morale.
In recent years, the education sector has rapidly adopted captioning, driven not only by its positive impact on comprehension and inclusive learning but also by the necessity of adhering to accessibility standards.
Remote proctoring software with cell phone detection is so important to protecting academic integrity. This detects device-sharing applications, like Apple Handoff, and when test takers try to look up answers on their phones.