Posts tagged: Online Learning - Diverse


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Survey: Parents Don’t Want to Pay Full Price for Online College

by | September 24, 2020 With COVID-19 causing many colleges and universities to go remote in an effort to curb the spre Read more

We Must Not Leave Nontraditional Students Behind as COVID-19 Forces Colleges Online

by Raghu Krishnaiah | September 8, 2020
In just a matter of weeks, millions of students will be attending college online and yet few tr [...] Read more

Transitioning to Online Learning

by Laura Otten | August 5, 2020
The spring of 2020 will not be the semester that goes down in history as an example of higher e [...] Read more

Supporting International Students in Time of Coronavirus: Looking Beyond Immigration Concerns

by Musbah Shaheen | July 30, 2020
The higher education community went into a collective uproar following the ICE guidelines that [...] Read more

Sustaining Professional Development in the Midst of COVID

by Edward Pittman | July 16, 2020
Professional development initiatives that support employees are essential, particularly as we n [...] Read more

Hampton University Goes Remote-Only for Fall Semester

by | July 6, 2020
Hampton University (HU) announced plans to continue remote-only learning for the fall semester. [...] Read more

Can Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Replicate Part of the HBCU Experience Through an Online Format?

by Robert T. Palmer and Morris Thomas | June 9, 2020
It is important for HBCUs to recognize that online learning continues to be one the fastest gro [...] Read more

Some Colleges See Rise in Summer Enrollment Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

by | June 2, 2020
Despite COVID-19 creating uncertainty in higher education, some colleges and universities in th [...] Read more

The Underrepresented, Underprivileged Hit Hard by Coronavirus-Related Campus Closures

by | April 19, 2020
Since the University of Southern California’s campus closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, go [...] Read more

Many Students Worried About Learning Online, Says Survey

| April 12, 2020
Many students are worried about their ability to learn remotely, says a new survey by Barnes &a [...] Read more

Campuses Might Still Be Closed in the Fall. How Should Universities Prepare?

by | April 7, 2020
While there’s hope campuses will re-open come fall, no one knows for certain. In the meantime [...] Read more

Three Steps to Civic Love in the Time of COVID-19

by Patrice Rankine | April 2, 2020
To serve those to whom we belong well, attentiveness and affinity are key. Affinity and awarene [...] Read more

Online University Opens Up Courses to Colleges Struggling With Remote Education

by | March 30, 2020
University of the People – a tuition-free, non-profit online university – has offered to op [...] Read more

Report: Pandemic May Put Financial, Enrollment Strain On Colleges

by | March 17, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic, and the campus closures that have ensued, could pose significant enrollm [...] Read more

Ed Department Releases Webinar, Fact Sheet On Ensuring Civil Rights During Pandemic

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The Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education released a webinar and fact she [...] Read more
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