Move to remote learning was 'shockingly seamless,' but will it stick?
Two university CIOs said this week that their rapid transitions to remote teaching environments went smoothly, preparing a "great reckoning" for the future of higher education.
One digital learning coordinator reflects on how the role has emerged, evolved
It wasn't long ago that digital learning coordinators didn't exist. Now, they're increasingly relevant, said Twin Lakes School Corporation's Marcus Painter.
Educators have a 'moral obligation' to prepare students for technology
Sara Hunter, one of EdScoop's 2020 "NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leaders," said her career in education has shown her the power and growing relevance of digital technology.
Songs and Snapchat filters spruce up universities' virtual graduations
The pandemic stopped in-person commencement ceremonies, but universities are infusing their virtual celebrations with as much school spirit as possible.
Universities stormed by technical, cultural challenges during pandemic
The rapid changes have made higher education administrators reactive, but it's time to start thinking strategically again, speakers said during an online conference Thursday.
OSU offers virtual gardening, chicken brooding classes during lockdown
Anyone in the Columbus area can sign up for online courses on how to grow an herb garden or start raising chickens.