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Imperial head: no more ‘dull lectures in crowded auditoriums’

From Times Higher Education: “University students will no longer accept ‘dull lectures in crowded auditoriums,’ according to the president of Imperial College London. Giving the… Read More

The pandemic is a chance to rethink education, not settle for online lectures

From The Guardian: “We envision a future in which big lecture rooms with several hundred seats are progressively replaced by a more flexible educational system,… Read More

The future of the physical campus

From Inside Higher Education: “This episode of The Key podcast examines that landscape by looking at the University of Akron’s decision to sell, repurpose or… Read More

Big lectures ‘a thing of the past’, says Berkeley chancellor

From Times Higher Education: “The decision by the University of California, Berkeley to scrap plans to build a large new lecture theatre on campus following… Read More

Spring enrollment’s final count is in. Colleges lost 600,000 students.

From The Chronicle: “New data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center provides a final tally of the enrollment decline higher education saw during the… Read More

Boom, not bust, for employer-funded learning

From Inside Higher Education: “A $150 million investment in Guild Education, which helps employees find the learning they need, suggests continued growth in the market…. Read More

The pandemic has provided space and time to reflect, especially about careers and life moving forward

From Pearson: “56% of college students are reconsidering their career path as a result of the pandemic … 45% of college students have been inspired… Read More

A clean slate

From Inside Higher Education: “Historically Black colleges and universities are forgiving students’ debts with the hopes of alleviating some of the financial strains of the… Read More

A year after Floyd, US campuses avoid major police reform

From Times Higher Education: “Dozens of US colleges and universities have faced calls from their students and others to end armed patrols by campus or… Read More

More colleges are going mask-optional — some by choice, others by law

From The Chronicle: “In an early sign of an anticipated ‘return to normal’ this fall, at least 58 colleges have announced they’re ending or loosening… Read More

Gifts that keep giving

From Inside Higher Education: “Just six months after making headlines for giving away $4.1 billion in donations to nonprofits and higher education institutions, philanthropist and… Read More

Online cheating

From Inside Higher Education: ”We’ve all noticed a substantial uptick in reports of academic dishonesty since moving to remote instruction. What that means, and what… Read More

Warning over ‘online study platform’ job adverts

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EU-backed tool to combat cheating in online exams finally ready

From Times Higher Education: “A European Union-backed tool designed to stamp out cheating in online assessment with facial and keystroke recognition is finally ready for… Read More

Where do public research universities recruit?

From Inside Higher Education: “Most universities would like the public to think that they focus on their states, visiting every possible high school, particularly those… Read More

Not qualified for a job? These companies will ‘reskill’ you

From Wall St Journal: “Michael Buchanan has held numerous jobs in his 15 years at Levi Strauss & Co., starting as a stock clerk and… Read More

Online internships fail to meet expectations

From Inside Higher Education: “College students who participated in online internships during the COVID-19 pandemic did not get as much out of the experience as… Read More

Post-qualification applications plan ‘unworkable’, University Vice-Chancellors warn…

From Times Higher Education: “Universities UK (UUK) says that while it recognises that the move away from the use of predicted grades has the ‘potential… Read More

Government pledges lifetime skills loan for every adult

From University World News: “The pledge was a central part of the Queen’s Speech on 11 May announcing the government’s programme for the next session… Read More

Cambridge University to offer short online courses for professionals

From BBC: “The University of Cambridge is to start offering online courses aimed at professionals worldwide who want to learn more skills.The university said it… Read More

‘The whole system has collapsed’: Covid ravages Indian campuses

From Times higher Education: “Public universities could be damaged ‘beyond repair’ in the fallout from India’s Covid-19 catastrophe, experts have warned. Higher education institutions have… Read More

Medical students suspend studies to help in COVID crisis

From University World News: “The Indian government said medical students in their final year, doctors preparing for postgraduate exams and hospital interns can be deployed… Read More

Delhi universities battle to fight COVID-19 campus surge

From University World News: “Delhi University – one of India’s largest universities with some 91 constituent colleges – has told the government that it needs… Read More

A historic decline in U.S. births signals more enrollment troubles

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