12 juin 2019

Reading 'Coders' to Decode Higher Ed IT

By Joshua Kim. Why everyone on campus should understand how the software that we depend on is created. More...

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Academic Freedom and Alt-Acs

By Joshua Kim. Risk, writing, and tenure.
How much academic freedom do you have. More...

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What Percent of Your (Academic) Salary Would You Trade for Tenure?

By Joshua Kim. A thought experiment about the scholarship of learning innovation, staff status, and academic freedom. More...

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5 Rules for Being Wicked Awesome On a Panel

By Joshua Kim. Conference panels almost always feature a few muckety mucks blah blah blahing on a stage.  The moderator will spend about a third of the time introducing everyone. Like Google does not exist in our pockets. The rest of the time will be spent with panelists working hard to be as inoffensively agreeable with each other as possible. More...

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11 juin 2019

Satirical Tweet Causes Epic #SAchat Reaction

By Eric Stoller. This is definitely not the blog post I thought I would be writing this week. However, when I checked Twitter on Wednesday morning I noticed that the #SAchat hashtag was trending. More...

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Transformative Practice: Student Affairs and the Online Learner

By Eric Stoller. Thoughts on staffing, inclusive language, cross-campus collaboration, communications, and digital engagement. More...

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Mexico: Higher Education Under Populism

Despite opposition success in limiting the government’s proposed changes, the outlook for higher education remains bleak. More...

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Budget Cuts in Brazil

By making what the minister considers a “very small cut”, it will be impossible for universities to conduct daily operations at even minimal standards of quality. More...

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Mexican Higher Education: From Mass to Universal to Compulsory?

Earlier posts in this column have discussed the outlook for higher education in Latin America and last week, Rodriguez Gomez and Maldonado-Maldonado reviewed Mexico’s proposed policies,where last month federal and state legislatures passed Constitutional reforms with major implications for the educational system. More...

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Walking Toward the Cliff

Measures recently enacted by the President of Brazil raise serious concerns about the future of higher education. More...

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