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Spark Blog by FIC
In the past few years we’ve used the term “college experience” with increasing frequency, this to distinguish it from high school, work, on line,...
The Scholarly Teacher
As a faculty developer, research showing that both active and engaged learning leads to better long-term learning outcomes (Freeman, et al., 2014) is...
Spark Blog by FIC
Not long ago, I encountered the term “flipping” to describe the pedagogic strategy whereby students are asked to engage in active problem-solving in...
Research Gate
The last two decades witnessed a surge in empirical studies on the variables associated with achievement in higher education. A number of meta-...
Educause Review
The Leading Academic Transformation (LAT) conversation included some specific references to the idea of the AI serving as an advisor to the expert (i...
ELI
Knowing what issues the community considers its top concerns enables us to prioritize and sync our efforts against a broader picture. But the Key...
Stanford News
New research shows people in underdeveloped parts of the world are not as likely to complete massive open online courses, or MOOCs. But small...
Inside Higher Ed - Steve Mintz
At a moment when college and university business models are under severe strain, one of the biggest questions facing public higher education is...
AAAS EurekAlert
Researchers at San Francisco State University have developed a tool that for the first time can measure the extent to which instructors use...
Educause Review
Findings from two research studies at scale reveal the implications of learning analytics research for designing courses in learning management...

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