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The University of San Diego has rescinded an invitation to a British theologian who had been asked to spend several weeks at the Roman Catholic university as a visiting fellow because of her views on social issues, including her public support for gay marriage.
There is a widespread belief among teachers that digital technology is hampering students’ attention spans and ability to persevere, according to two surveys.
Two software companies that sell course-management systems, Blackboard and Instructure, have entered the race to provide free online courses for the masses.
Universities in Arab Spring countries need to revive a once-great tradition of liberal arts education if they are to prosper, according to speakers at an international conference.
An Office of Disability Services pilot program signs out 'smartpens' to students to assist them with note-taking in class.
An academic adviser at the University of Colorado has posted a sign outside his office asking that students dont bring guns inside -- a request that university officials say is legally allowable as long as he doesnt withhold services from those with concealed-carry permits.
The program is trying to adapt to the needs of today's scholars, many of whom want less than complete immersion in another country.
The University of California at Los Angeles uses a "holistic" approach to undergraduate admissions.
More American teenagers are thinking about picking up a passport and heading abroad for their college years as a way of attending a top-rated school at a lower cost, Canadian and British college recruiters say.