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03/23/2021
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Universities are revinventing themselves

Universities were already questioning their purpose, but with enrollment sliding during the pandemic, they're now being forced to reinvent themselves. That means a closer look at online learning and an even closer look at how they engage with their students. No one's sure exactly what's next, but numerous researchers, industry leaders and educators told EdScoop they believe higher education has undergone some permanent changes. "I don’t think we’ll ever go back to where we were," said Canvas' Ryan Lufkin.   Colin Wood reports.


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COVID-19, One Year In — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report

The past year was tough — here's what leaders across higher education, and state and local government, are thinking about as they move forward. See the report here.


McAfee finds vulnerabilities in popular virtual learning software

The cybersecurity firm McAfee announced Monday that its researchers recently found four “critical” vulnerabilities in Netop Vision Pro, a popular brand of classroom management software used to manage online classes in K-12 schools, that if left unpatched, could allow hackers to steal user credentials, install ransomware on school IT and even take control of students’ and teachers’ webcams.   Benjamin Freed has more.


New survey examines digital divide progress during pandemic

Researchers at the University of Southern California will measure how much progress the state has made in expanding broadband connectivity during the pandemic through a new statewide survey with the nonprofit California Emerging Technology Fund, the university announced on Monday. Ryan Johnston has the full story.


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