Tagged: Higher Education

How Online Written Help Is Not “Cheating”

In the age of technology, research or providing written help cannot be considered cheating. Online assignment help services facilitate a better understanding of the subject and support students to do their study-related work and...

Diary of a Small College’s Fight For Survival

An experimental college in Vermont is among the many small colleges fighting for survival. Last summer we interviewed the new president of Goddard College, Bernard Bull, about his plans to turn it around. Things...

Meet The Newest Liberal Art: Coding

When coding shows up in the curriculum of a liberal arts program, its primary purpose is usually pretty obvious: help students get hired. These efforts are often described as attempts to “help non-computer science...

E-invigilation: Make It Legit, And Be Clear About It

Quality Assurance Agencies in higher education in the EU really need to start stating clearly in their documentation that the use of e-invigilation technologies is permissible. This post was first published on eLearning Industry....