Defining a path to equitable AI in higher education

We are at a critical juncture in higher education, where equity in AI holds the potential to broaden access to learning--or widen gaps.
In today's information-driven world, the ability to access, aggregate, analyze, synthesize, and otherwise use vast amounts of information and access knowledge on demand increasingly makes data literacy an…

Leveraging AI-driven edtech for continuous improvement in higher ed

Every higher education stakeholder is impacted by the latest AI edtech, so the best way around it is through it for continuous improvement.
Today's higher education institutions grapple with escalating expenses, unpredictable student enrollments, and a changing digital landscape. Navigating these complexities, generative AI emerges as both an opportunity and a…

A cornerstone of scholarship: The imperative of accurate citations in research

Achieving accuracy and thoroughness in citations is a key element of academic integrity when it comes to complete research.
While researching the “Paul Revere of the West,” a somewhat shady Frenchman named Cardinal, I came across a comment in a local historical volume printed in anticipation of…

Science-backed scalable tools improve student mental health

Equipping school leaders with research-based student mental health solutions empowers their ability to address challenges effectively.
In the face of constrained time and resources, decision-makers in the K-20 education sector require accessible, cost-effective, and efficient solutions to tackle their most urgent challenges.

Community college can be a gateway to a 4-year degree–Indiana has one of the worst success rates

Community colleges offer crucial access to higher education and a 4-year-degree because they have open enrollment and low tuition.
Community colleges are often touted as an affordable start for students who aim to earn four-year degrees. And it’s for good reason: The average annual tuition and fees…