Sustaining Higher Education in the Coronavirus Crisis
Learning Communities Can Save Colleges—and Engage Remote Students
Opinion

Learning Communities Can Save Colleges—and Engage Remote Students

As colleges plan to welcome students back for the fall semester—while preparing for a possible second outbreak of the coronavirus that would force ...
By Senegal Alfred Mabry
How MIT Is Crowdsourcing Its Reopening Plans for the Fall
Higher Education

How MIT Is Crowdsourcing Its Reopening Plans for the Fall

As MIT considered whether to hold classes online or in person in the fall, and how to operate safely in either case, it decided to tap the collective ...
By Jeffrey R. Young

Voices on the Podcast

What does it feel like to live through this time in higher education? We've asked listeners to our weekly EdSurge Podcast to submit anecdotes or observations—of a challenge they've faced or a moment of surprise—as they try to keep education moving during the pandemic. Share yours, by sending a voice memo or a short note to jeff@edsurge.com.

Did Students Learn As Much During Remote Online Instruction?
EdSurge Podcast

Did Students Learn As Much During Remote Online Instruction?

As this COVID-disrupted semester comes to a close, we wanted to know how well the emergency online teaching experiment went at colleges, and what it ...
By Jeffrey R. Young
How Professors Are Planning for an Uncertain Fall Semester
Coronavirus

How Professors Are Planning for an Uncertain Fall Semester

Colleges are busy planning for what promises to be a dramatic and stressful semester. The COVID-19 pandemic continues, but states are in the process of ...
By Jeffrey R. Young
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