05 mars 2019

Does Gen Z value a degree over a digital connection?

eCampus NewsInternet, or education? If you ask Gen Z, the internet wins: an astonishing 64 percent of Gen Z would rather have unlimited internet access and no college degree than a college degree and no internet access, according to a new study. More...

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Are you up on the latest trends in higher education?

eCampus NewsAn increased focus on measuring learning, along with putting more thought into redesigning learning spaces, are two trends with great significance for higher ed in the next couple of years, according to the Horizon Report. More...

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Teaching life skills is the latest trend in higher ed

eCampus NewsRecent college graduates need life skills more than they need technical skills to succeed in the workplace, according a national poll from High Point University (HPU). In fact, teaching these life skills is one of the biggest growing issues in higher education. More...

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5 best practices for streamlining your study-abroad program

eCampus NewsEstablished during the Reconstruction Period after the Civil War as the first state-supported college in Texas for African Americans, Prairie View A&M University is the second-oldest public higher-ed institution in the state. More...

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See how other colleges support active learning

eCampus NewsAt Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, there are three active-learning classrooms that the college calls “smart classrooms.” These rooms are designed with group tables and interactive whiteboards around the perimeter of the room. More...

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Ohio State University has figured out how to teach hard and soft skills

eCampus NewsMore than ever before, colleges are figuring out how to help students enter the workforce with the most up-to-date hard and soft skills possible. More...

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Using technology to fast-track student success at Temple University

eCampus NewsGraduation rates are steadily rising at Temple University, thanks to its innovative Fly in 4 program. More...

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The latest educational innovation for career prep: micro-internships

eCampus NewsInternships can benefit college students in many ways, but not every student has the means or the opportunity to work as an intern for a full summer or semester. Now, a new model has emerged that aims to bridge this gap, giving students who can’t take part in a full internship the chance to reap many of the same advantages through experiences known as “micro-internships.” More...

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Do you treat your adjunct professors as add-ons?

eCampus NewsIn the real world, providing the necessary resources for full-time faculty to engage in college-wide assessment work is challenging, at best, and integrating an adjunct faculty cohort of over 1,400 members into this work would seem to make the task downright impossible. But at Rio Salado College in Arizona, that is just what we have done. More...

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Why do we still have basic textbooks in higher ed?

eCampus NewsTextbooks, particularly basic textbooks, are not very efficient containers of information in the Digital Age and represent pernicious cost-drivers for our students. More...

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