Study finds that even those who are inclined to stray do so less in face-to-face classes -- presumably because instructors and peers are watching. What are the implications for online learning? And is all multitasking bad?
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Like all good industry trends, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) for manufacturing has come to mean many things.
Self-perceived levels of imposter syndrome in women remain equally high among senior academics, study finds
The editor and publisher of a local paper in Alabama is under fire for penning an editorial calling for mass lynchings by the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).
Syracuse University has refused to grant a Young Americans for Freedom group status as a Registered Student Organization (RSO).
Vice-chancellors are leading contract negotiations, allowing universities to make more demands on open access and costs
Time on the road has a way of giving one perspective on matters back at home. It was after a week of travel and a chance to be reminded once again of the importance of higher education on America’s ability to compete in a world economy that I returned home to see Bob Robb’s recent column articulating his position regarding appropriate tax support for public universities.
A new artificial intelligence system is so good at composing text that the researchers behind it said they won't release it for fear of how it could be misused.
The George Washington University Parliamentary Debate Society will host an April tournament open only to women and transgender individuals.
Dickinson student's essay sets off intense debate there and elsewhere about who dominates classroom discussions. While piece has been pummeled in conservative blogosphere, issues related to who speaks in class concern many in academe.