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07/07/2022
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Colleges are keeping virtual services even after in-person resumed

Colleges offered options like virtual advising and study abroad as sole options at the beginning of the pandemic, but that experience informed how schools could run virtual and in-person services side-by-side. For example, virtual study abroad is designed as an alternative to pricy study abroad programs where students internationally work together on class projects. Virtual programs are also a way to pique student interest in traveling in-person, Morgan State's assistant vice president for International Affairs told EdScoop. Emily Bamforth reports.


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UMass Global's new chancellor explains tech student support plans

UMass Global's newest chancellor David Andrews joins the Cutting EDge podcast to talk about how embracing technology and microcredentials can help prove the value of going back to school. UMass Global, formerly Brandman University, caters to working adults, offering online and hybrid programs in certain states. As the institution expands, Andrews said tech like nudging or chatbots can help reach students on their schedule. Listen here.


Colorado asks for communities, providers to submit broadband project plans

The Colorado Broadband Office is asking for letters of intent for broadband programs, ahead of federal funding that the state anticipates at more than $500 million. The "Advance Colorado Broadband" program will dole out that funding in grants. The state expects to release more details on matching requirements "soon," but officials are considering waiving requirements for economically disadvantaged communities. Colin Wood explains.


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