Survey shows many students are falling behind during the pandemic
Many tutors on Wyzant's turtoring platform said their students are falling behind, and one-third said they think some students will never catch back up.
Online education gets positive reviews in recent college survey
Though drawing heavily from a pool of current and prospective students in online-only programs, new survey data yielded unusually positive reviews.
‘Zoombombing,’ an early university concern, continues to plague campuses
An IT director at Cornell University said ‘Zoombombing’ was a top concern early in the pandemic, and yet incidents persist across the country.
Millersville U. cancels classes after network outage
University leaders did not respond to requests for additional information, such as whether the outage was caused by a cyberattack.
Missouri's Lincoln University plans immersive classroom technology with possible VR
New technology training, along with classroom devices and possible virtual reality upgrades, are on the way this fall for the small HBCU.