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Temple University takes Pride course virtual with social media campaign

A course centered around LGBTQIA+ Pride will be taught virtually for the first time this year at the university. In the past, students who have taken the course culminated their experience at the New York City Pride parade in June. The annual event was cancelled this year, so students will instead run a social media campaign celebrating the movement's history. Jake Williams has the full story.

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U. Arizona boosts education accessibility with 'pay-what-you-can' courses

In recognition of many students facing financial hardship during the pandemic, the University of Arizona is relaxing its tuition schedules for some course offerings. Betsy Foresman has more.


As learning moves online, higher ed needs more data insights

With universities canceling in-person instruction for the spring semester, and most continuing distance learning initiatives into the summer, higher education IT leaders need to maximize the services they’re providing. A new white paper from Splunk shares strategies to better collect and analyze data to gain insights into service effectiveness, employee productivity and IT security that can assist even beyond the current response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read the full report.

UMass-Boston joins list of schools staying online this fall

After most of the spring semester was spent at a distance, some schools plan to reopen their physical classrooms. Others will continue distance learning. See the updated list here.


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Working and studying from home has become the norm in 2020. Here's how government and university leaders are responding. See the report here.

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