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Conor Duffy Sep 16
BREAKING: more bad news on campus. The ABC understands the number of staff expected to be out of work at RMIT is more than 1200 rather than the 355 voluntary redundancies confirmed There are 345 proposed forced redundancies as well plus
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EdExcelencia.org 1m
Due to overwhelming interest in 's ALASS Institute, registration closes this Friday, Sept.25. REGISTER TODAY for the virtual meeting place for professionals setting the agenda for in .
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Healthier JC 6s
On 11/1 is hosting a Campus Well-Being During Crisis Webinar w/ experts from Paul Quinn College, No Carolina State, Syracuse U & Loyala U. Professors/Parents/Students - Register to discuss how to help students in thrive.
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Dr Liz Allen Sep 16
I feel sick thinking about the devastation occurring to in Australia. I fear for my job (and the ability to support my family) and I feel grief for the sector. Successive governments have slowly eroded highered. It’s got to the point that you need to BYO money or leave.
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Christopher Cripps Sep 17
are calling on & other member states to resume student visa application processing, voicing their concerns with the hashtag .
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Conor Duffy Sep 17
BREAKING: New York University's Sydney campus qualified for jobkeeper. At public unis staff blame govt's JK exclusion for thousands of job losses. Much anger at mgmt too. A new RMIT Deputy Vice Chancellor confirmed Tuesday will go down 'like a lead balloon'
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SAP for Higher Ed 15m
Access to innovative technologies can better support organizations in prioritizing workforce education 👩‍💼 and skills-building programs needed to meet evolving demands of the new economy
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When managing student churn, educational institutions need to be able to monitor more than just soft drops and hard drops. Learn how gives universities a leg up with this critically important job.
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SAP for Higher Ed Sep 21
As the current pandemic continues to disrupt nearly every aspect of life, the adoption of technology is helping enterprises weather the crisis and prepare for a new normal. expands more in this blog
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UK Council for International Student Affairs 4m
📣Calling all - we are looking for contributors to write module content for a new interactive online programme for international Applications close on Friday 25 September! Find out more 👉
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Daniel Jones Sep 20
6 years ago today, I left home to study a BSc in Geography because I did ‘alright’ in it at A Level. Tomorrow, I begin my PhD in the very same subject. I’d probably have laughed at you if you were to tell 18 year-old how things would pan out! 😂
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Lyndsey Collins-Praino Sep 22
A damning condemnation of what is being allowed to happen to in :
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Cecilia KY Chan Sep 18
You are cordially invited to our International Virtual Forum in teaching and learning. With senior leaders from universities in five regions in the world - HKU, Canberra, Helsinki, Queen Mary, Trinity College Dublin Register at:
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JFF 50s
Check out this blueprint if you are a community college leader or administrator interested in launching a direct assessment CBE (competency-based education) program at your institution.
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 18
Hey teachers/instructors - can you identify significant instructional methods, assessment techniques, tools, etc. that you've adopted because of the pandemic that you'll definitely continue to use going forward?
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Jonathan Hulbert Sep 21
Study: 70% of college students say they are falling behind in their studies.
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Am Chofshi         עם חופשי Sep 21
Is there any administrator--anywhere--who can, with a straight face, declare that , , or protects their Jewish students to the extent of other groups?
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Special Operations Warrior Foundation Sep 21
Ryan, a new Freshman at University of Nebraska, is the son of Marine Captain Garrett T. Lawton who lost his life in 2008 due to wounds sustained in Afghanistan, while assigned to the United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command.
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Karen Costa 21h
Educators: what is one thing you learned from teaching online that you will take back into your f2f classrooms in the future?
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QS Intelligence Unit Sep 22
Submission for the 2nd issue of QS Global Education News (QS-GEN) is now open! Submit your Universities' stories via The quarterly magazine unpacks news on HEIs' achievements and also features in-depth QS insights.
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