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Jeff Selingo Aug 1
When we talk about campuses we tend to discuss faculty/students, but rarely staff -- 1/2 of those who work in . Perhaps "staff" is amorphous term. But this fall, the divide b/w faculty/staff might be wider than ever. My latest for
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@Aoife_MacNamara Aug 3
If we want better universities and a better world we need to change structures not people.👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾
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Senator Patty Murray Aug 2
We need solutions for during this pandemic, not the response Senate GOP is suggesting. I’m pushing for $132B to provide resources for schools to reopen safely, & stabilize higher education. We must also deliver relief for student loan borrowers.
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Peter Bentley Jul 31
Has there ever been more Associate & Full Professors (Level D & E) in ongoing research roles (RO; T&R) in Australian ? No. Has there ever been fewer junior ranked research academics in ongoing roles? Not this millennia (not even the blip in 2018, it was a data errors)
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Billie Gastic Rosado Aug 3
College students are adults, so what makes us think that they will behave any differently than everyone else, putting themselves and others at risk?
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Trevor A. Dawes Aug 1
As universities plan to reopen, they continue to overlook the concerns of campus staff.
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Barbara Taylor Aug 1
I wish more administrators would have this conversation. At least once a week I explain authentic assessments. The conversation comes back around to, "yeah, but what about a proctor? I don't have time to watch them myself."
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Mike Tholfsen Aug 10
NEW! A “Microsoft Student Community” to support university students around the 🌍 during The team created a global community for Ss to connect w/ each other & experts on best practices, tips & more 👉
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James DeVaney Aug 3
Looking to shape the future of ? Interested in a world that is kind, healthy, & just? Consider joining our team. We're looking for a new Assoc Director for Media Technology & Innovation, several new Media Designers, and a postdoc research fellow.
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Karen Costa Aug 3
This is a very thoughtful article. After reading this, can anyone give me one good reason why this approach is preferable to remote/online learning? Other than $?
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Erika Marín-Spiotta Jul 31
Whoa, is not going to come out looking good at the end of this
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Alex Smith Jul 31
To any of my slice of the Twitter-sphere that doesn’t already follow - head on over there right now and be their 3000th follower! (Then they’ll stop checking!) Passionate - u can’t ask for more!
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Daisy Verduzco Reyes, PhD Aug 1
Our approach has to include grad students with care-giving responsibilities
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Dr. Natasha Kenny Jul 30
Another amazing collaborative project - check out this open-access online learning model focussed on Managing Course Team Work Thanks to all amazing contributors!
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Teaching in Higher Education TiHE Aug 3
Please RT: ‘Hurry up please, it's time!’ A psychogeography of a decommissioned university campus by Frances Kelly
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John Dawson Aug 5
I need you help! I've been asked to deliver a BAD 10-min LECTURE to incoming graduate students as a fun way to talk about best practices in teaching. What are some of your bad lecturing tips? (keep them clean!)
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Dr Susan Blum Aug 2
It is the STAFF on college campuses who cannot work from home, who will be disinfecting and cleaning and making it all possible.
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Karen Costa 17h
Faculty: Folks. Folks. You do not need to lecture. Not online and not f2f. There are many other options. Or you know, lecture less. That's an option too.
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Anabella Morabito Jul 31
I am beyond ecstatic to announce that I was accepted to the Harvard Graduate School of Education to pursue an Ed.M. in Higher Education
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reasonable expectations 10h
At the University, the VC (top) earns in one week, what I (bottom) earn in one year. That's the dichotomy: he "works" 52x more than me.
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