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Gaining Skills Virtually to Close the Inequality Gap

Sat, 2020-06-20 02:04

Steve Lohr, NY Times

Mr. Chertavian and the leaders of other programs, which operate in dozens of American cities, from Seattle to Miami, said they saw opportunity beyond their immediate challenges. The forced march online, they said, has triggered a drastic rethinking across the education-to-employment field and will most likely bring lasting change — and perhaps open the door to significant expansion. Program directors spoke of a post-pandemic model, in a year or so, in which half or even three-quarters of instruction and coaching would be done virtually, and the remainder face-to-face.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/07/technology/virtual-skills-inequality-gap-virus.html

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COVID-19 Could Be End of Line for Some Regional Colleges

Sat, 2020-06-20 02:03

Sophie Quinton, Pew Trusts

The pandemic has thrown every college revenue source into question, from student tuition payments to endowment earnings, football ticket sales and university hospital revenue. It’s also landed colleges and universities with unexpected extra costs, such as paying to launch online versions of in-person classes.  If state higher education funding and enrollments take a dive in the months to come, layoffs likely will accelerate, higher education experts say. A collapse in enrollment and employment could, in turn, hurt college towns that rely on students, faculty and other workers to shop and eat local.

https://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/blogs/stateline/2020/06/04/covid-19-could-be-end-of-line-for-some-regional-colleges

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App State’s Dr. Paul Wallace is pushing the boundaries of online teaching and learning

Fri, 2020-06-19 02:10

Rebekah Saylors, Appalacian State

Social robotics is a field that deals with robots that work together with people in industries such as education, health care, retail and therapy. Wallace is exploring how online users interact with avatars that differ from their own ethnic or cultural backgrounds as well as the role avatars and virtual reality play in understanding a concept from an alternative point of view.

https://today.appstate.edu/2020/06/02/wallace

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Revisiting Accountability in Online Learning

Fri, 2020-06-19 02:05

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

For an online learning course to succeed, students must be held accountable for engaging in all essential and required course requirements. Whether that participation is time-stamped by the eLearning application itself or the honor system is employed, students must be held to a standard of complete engagement and nothing less. In addition, a set of ground rules must be laid out for how students conduct themselves in an online learning environment. These rules should run the gamut from engagement to the quality of discourse. These rules should be laid out in plain language and posted on the site for easy access at any time.

https://www.thetechedvocate.org/revisiting-accountability-in-online-learning/

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UT Austin reveals fall plans for some online learning, limited classroom capacity

Fri, 2020-06-19 02:02

 

Melanie Torre, CBS Austin

Wednesday interim UT-Austin president Jay Hartzell shared an update on planning for the Fall 2020 semester. In a letter to Longhorns he said about 20 percent of classes would be designed for online learning and classrooms would only be filled to 40 percent capacity. He also explained plans to ramp-up COVID-19 testing.

https://cbsaustin.com/news/local/ut-reveals-fall-plans-for-some-online-learning-limited-classroom-capacity

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How data and technology will drive the future of higher education

Thu, 2020-06-18 02:10

BY ROB WILEY, Campus Technology
As higher education processes have shifted, how can schools enhance their virtual capabilities and create a positive learning environment while maintaining enrollment? Many higher education institutions have been forced to create contingency plans for the incoming fall and spring semesters to run a campus without students, faculty and employees, and ultimately no face-to-face learning or interactions.The unexpected and sudden change in the standard learning environment can make students wary of whether they will still be able to receive the high quality education they are seeking, which may significantly impact enrollment.

https://www.ecampusnews.com/2020/06/02/how-data-and-technology-will-drive-the-future-of-higher-education/

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ECAR Study of the Technology Needs of Students with Disabilities, 2020

Thu, 2020-06-18 02:04

Dana C. Gierdowski and Joseph Galanek, EDUCAUSE Review

Technology in higher education can be both an aid and a challenge for students with disabilities. Institutions and instructors can take steps to ensure that these students have equitable access, and those same measures can help all students, particularly during the era of emergency remote teaching.

https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2020/6/ecar-study-of-the-technology-needs-of-students-with-disabilities-2020

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Increasing Engagement of Online Students – Three Tips for Professors

Thu, 2020-06-18 02:02

University of Southern Indiana
Teaching online and looking for tips to increase student engagement?

1.) Consider offering multiple channels of communication to your online students.

2.) Leverage the instructional design services

3.) Take your online course to the next level with relevant and engaging content.

https://www.usi.edu/online-learning/news-media/increasing-engagement-of-online-students-three-tips-for-professors/

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Technology, Truth and Tomorrow

Wed, 2020-06-17 12:34

Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Education

The time of truth telling, backed by video, has arrived to ensure our standards of justice and equity. And it is not just video technology. Big data have a role in telling the story. Through the gathering and analysis of big data, the truth is being exposed every day. Though privacy is being lost day by day by the proliferation of video, the nearly ubiquitous presence of video shines a virtual light on the mundane day-to-day activities, but also on the bigotry and crimes that are committed. If we are very careful to validate sources and methods of both videos and big data, we will arrive at the truth. The truth is there to see if we are prepared to search vigilantly and to verify. And the truth delivered by technology can set us free. These skills are key to the success of our students in their careers as well as their personal lives. That is our hope for tomorrow: that increasingly truth will be collected, verified and disseminated through technology. That truth will lead to greater justice, more freedom and better lives for all.

https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/blogs/online-trending-now/technology-truth-and-tomorrow

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Planning for the Post-COVID-19 Workforce: Four Scenarios

Wed, 2020-06-17 02:10

Knowledge at Wharton

In order to help leaders and organizations manage uncertainty driven by COVID-19, we have developed four scenarios for the future of human capital in the year 2023, with implications for companies operating in different industries as well as regions of the world. Each scenario presents unique opportunities and challenges. And with those opportunities and challenges, winning operating models, organizational structures, leadership profiles, skills, talent and organizational cultures can be identified for each scenario.

https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/planning-post-covid-19-workforce-four-scenarios/

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Colleges factor flexibility for students into fall reopening plans

Wed, 2020-06-17 02:05

Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Education Dive
Many colleges continue to announce plans to reopen campuses for the fall term, though potentially on a shortened or altered schedule, or with a mix of face-to-face and online classes. Some institutions have said if they offer a hybrid model, they will allow students to choose whether to take their courses on or off campus. Whether operations can resume, however, hinges on health conditions and government restrictions.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/colleges-factor-flexibility-for-students-into-fall-reopening-plans/579043/

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Lawyers Lay Out Legal Issues Colleges Face This Fall

Wed, 2020-06-17 02:03

Lindsay McKenzie and Emma Whitford, Inside Higher Ed
A litany of legal issues looms for colleges considering reopening in the fall, from safety to online accessibility to federal stimulus funding. Here’s what higher education lawyers say should be on college leaders’ radars. Whether institutions can be held liable for students, faculty and staff members contracting COVID-19 on campus is top of mind for leaders mulling reopening plans, but that’s not the only legal pitfall they have to worry about. Lawyers in higher education say an abundance of legal issues await them come September.

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2020/06/03/lawyers-explain-many-legal-issues-colleges-could-face-whether-they-reopen-or-not

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5 steps to get the internet to all Americans: COVID-19 and the importance of universal broadband

Tue, 2020-06-16 02:10

Tom Wheeler, Brookings Institution
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical nature of access to fast and affordable internet service. Demand for high-speed internet access, defined as “broadband,” has soared to new heights. One measurement found that in only a few weeks the pandemic drove almost a year’s worth of broadband traffic growth. The internet is no longer “nice to have,” it is critical. Whether working and studying from home or applying for unemployment compensation, the internet has kept activities alive.

https://www.brookings.edu/research/5-steps-to-get-the-internet-to-all-americans/

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Teaching during COVID-19: Why We’re Fortunate

Tue, 2020-06-16 02:05

Gardner Campbell, EDUCAUSE Review

If the pandemic had struck ten or twenty years ago, our ability to interact with students would be severely limited compared with the tools and technology we have today.

https://er.educause.edu/multimedia/2020/5/teaching-during-covid-19-why-we-are-fortunate

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While focus is on fall, students’ choices about college will have a far longer impact

Tue, 2020-06-16 02:03

Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report

An entire forest of potential future graduates is now imperiled by the cataclysmic pandemic that has large numbers of students saying they will delay their higher educations, take time off, opt for community college or shift to studying part time.  While attention has been focused on the impact of these choices on enrollment in the fall, each has also been shown to slow down or derail students on their way to degrees. For them, and for employers who need educated graduates, that means the effects of this crisis will be felt not just for one semester, but for six or more years.

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Consider the Three Ds When Talking about Digital Transformation

Mon, 2020-06-15 02:10

Betsy Reinitz, EDUCAUSE Review

Digital transformation is a series of deep and coordinated culture, workforce, and technology shifts that enable new educational and operating models and transform an institution’s business model, strategic directions, and value proposition.1  Institutional responses to the coronavirus pandemic have provided CIOs with an opportunity to talk with other campus leaders about digital transformation, and that conversation can start with a better understanding of digitization, digitalization, and digital transformation.

https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2020/6/consider-the-three-ds-when-talking-about-digital-transformation

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Students deserve to choose distance learning after the pandemic ends

Mon, 2020-06-15 02:05

Michael Dickinson, McGill Tribune
McGill’s mixed communication regarding the S/U option was quick, but not careful.   that the Fall 2020 semester will take place primarily through remote instruction was jarring news to students who have already experienced significant disruptions to their academic routines due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the switch to distance learning has been challenging for some programs, there are undeniable benefits to an online education format. Even after the transition back to in-person classes, McGill should maintain distance learning as an option whenever possible.

http://www.mcgilltribune.com/opinion/students-deserve-to-choose-distance-learning-after-the-pandemic-ends/

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Universities overcome bumps in transition to online teaching

Mon, 2020-06-15 02:03

Toni Feder, Physics Today
Instructors grapple with how to administer exams that meaningfully assess students, suppress cheating, minimize anxiety, and preserve privacy. “Our goal was to provide all components of instruction, even while satisfying constraints and accommodating students who have challenges at home,” says Brian DeMarco, associate head for undergraduate programs in physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

https://physicstoday.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/PT.3.4492

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Microsoft ‘to replace journalists with robots’

Sun, 2020-06-14 02:12

BBC

Around 50 contract news producers will lose their jobs at the end of June, the Seattle Times reports, but a team of full-time journalists will remain. Twenty-seven of those losing their jobs are employed by the UK’s PA Media, the Guardian reports. One journalist quoted in the paper said: “I spend all my time reading about how automation and AI is going to take all our jobs – now it’s taken mine.” Microsoft is one of many tech companies experimenting with forms of so-called robot journalism to cut costs. Google is also investing in projects to understand how it might work.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52860247

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Coursera Will Now Offer All College Students Free Access To Its Courses

Sun, 2020-06-14 02:05

Michael T. Nietzel, Forbes

Starting today and lasting until July 31, college and university students – from two- year and four-year schools around the world – can sign up to take courses and earn certificates on Coursera for free. Current undergraduate, graduate, or recently graduated students are eligible for the offer.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltnietzel/2020/06/01/coursera-will-now-offer-all-college-students-free-access-to-its-courses/#21d16d8d6f11

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