30 novembre 2019

5 higher ed developments you should have on your radar

eCampus NewsHere are some of the top higher ed headlines--give them a read so you're up to date on all the latest institutional and edtech developments. More...

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UK launches landmark esports program

eCampus NewsCampus esports programs are spreading across the nation--and the globe--in a movement that combines immersive technology with other core disciplines. More...

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Here’s why your college should create learner profiles

eCampus NewsRegistrars have long been advocates of student-centered policies and processes. However, the Registrar’s Office can also play a role in working with faculty to create a student-centered pedagogy. More...

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How online universities can shrink the skills gap with human connections

eCampus NewsA university chancellor shares four tips to help online universities sustain all-important human connections to create the innovators of tomorrow. More...

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Here’s how online courseware boosts student engagement

eCampus NewsUniversities nationwide are facing the same challenge: how to make textbooks more relevant, meaningful and engaging for students. This problem has grown as the lack of student engagement—especially among general education classes—continues to be a contributing factor to today’s rapidly declining RPG (retention, progression, and graduation) rates. More...

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Educational simulations are on the rise

eCampus NewsStudents can learn how to tackle real-world challenges when they engage in educational simulations. More...

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This infographic breaks down the top 10 worst data breaches

eCampus NewsCybersecurity education is increasingly important in a tech-based world, and for good reason. Some of the worst data breaches have exposed exceptionally sensitive information and have higlighted the need for a steady crop of trained experts to combat these threats. More...

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AI 'reveals Shakespeare and Fletcher’s different roles in Henry VIII'

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"When the scholar James Spedding analysed the authorship of Shakespeare’s Henry VIII in 1850, he pored over the details of the text and eventually attributed the play not only to the Bard, but to his successor at the King’s Men theatre company, John Fletcher. Now 169 years later, an academic has used artificial intelligence to back up Spedding’s theory and pin down exactly who wrote what. More...

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Universities are failing refugees. They must do more to prevent a 'lost generation'

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"Most refugees have lost records of their qualifications. It’s up to UK universities to find creative ways to assess them. More...

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'It could be someone in my class': US university rocked by hate incidents

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "theguardian"More than a dozen hate incidents at Syracuse University in upstate New York have created a climate of fear among students – and tough questions for the school’s leaders. More...

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