Mind the gap: Higher ed’s continuing digital transformation

Digital transformation isn't only about technology--it’s forcing us to think differently about processes, people, and how to engage students
When it comes to the digital transformation of higher ed, we’re at a critical juncture. It’s not a question of debating its efficacy; it’s a clear-cut case of…

How to build the AI workforce through accessible education

Skills in artificial intelligence are in high demand. AI education at technical and community colleges can fill the gap.
Some 79 zettabytes of data were created, copied and consumed in 2021--a number that will more than double by 2025. To put that in perspective, a single zettabyte…

Where can microcredentials take higher education?

As the skills gap grows and employers seek skilled workers, microcredentials offer a path to education and workforce growth
The COVID-19 pandemic ushered forth dramatic declines in college and university enrollments, widespread unemployment, and it cast a spotlight on the skills gap and the increased demand for…

Is college really worth it?

is college worth it?
Only half of current college students (55 percent) say they believe the education they’re receiving is worth their tuition, even after improvements in COVID prevention and protocols have…

Character counts: Students need integrity to succeed

The most important way that faculty, staff, and administrators can cultivate integrity in students is by modeling it.
Most outcome-based curriculums target specific deliverables. These rubrics focus on key technical proficiencies and critical thinking skills that should be cultivated in students. But are they missing something?

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