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Wiley acquires Knowledge Unlatched, expanding open access publishing efforts
Wiley announced it's purchased the open access research company Knowledge Unlatched to capitalize on a trend that arose during the pandemic.
University of California, Cal State extend application deadlines after technical problems
The University of California and California State systems extended application windows after technical right before some campus' deadlines.
Research examines how colleges can reach 'stopped-out' students
What students find effective engagement differs between demographics, according to a survey of students who've withdrawn from their studies. Experts think technology can help.
Cyberattacks keep two community colleges closed after Thanksgiving
Butler County Community College in Pennsylvania and Lewis and Clark Community College in Illinois remained closed after the holiday to recover from cyberattacks.
Education sees the highest ransomware recovery cost compared to other sectors
Security advisor John Shier shares findings from a security report that show wide gaps in security preparedness to defend against ransomware threats across the education sector.
Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s CDO on improving data footprint for the public
Justin Marsico on how the agency is modernizing its approach to publishing fiscal data sets, making individual and historical datasets available for public use. Of the 70 datasets the bureau routinely updates, 37 have been migrated to the new cloud-based environment where users can more meaningful interact with the data.
Colorado universities to track how laptop lending affects low-income students
The University of Colorado Boulder and Colorado State University Pueblo plan to track the success of students who borrow laptops and other devices during their studies.
Illinois pays for its public universities to join Common App
The state aims to make it easier for in-state students to apply to Illinois colleges, but also to attract out-of-state applicants.
Scholarship application vendor exposed millions of files, researchers find
The risk management firm UpGuard found that SmarterSelect, which manages applications for scholarships and other financial assistance programs, left 1.5 terabytes of data unsecured.