Reading the new IPCC climate crisis report: part 1.
There's a summary, reflections, questions, and resources.
The latest data on American demographics and what it means for higher education’s future:
Fall semester toggle terms so far: a list of campuses suddenly switching to mandate online learning for a short time as #Delta
I'll update this list as reports come in.
More toggle terms in play as fall classes draw nigh and Delta rages:
The pandemic is getting worse. What does this mean for fall semester?
Read the IPCC climate change report with us!
Our online book club reading begins.
Scenarios for the next COVID-19 variants: the SAGE document.
Should higher education advance or oppose geoengineering?
Delta COVID changes the pandemic struggle: a leaked CDC document and what it means for higher ed.
Four futures for higher education after neoliberalism: Chris Newfield offers a set of possible academic futures.
How can we best read in the digital world? How can we teach students to read digitally most effectively?
On July 29th we'll explore these important questions as we meet with Dr. Jenae Cohn, director of academic technology at California State University-Sacramento, and author of the new book Skim, Dive, Surface: Teaching Digital Reading.
American life expectancy declined, mostly due to COVID-19.
Have master’s degrees gone too far?
A critique and a discussion:
Will humanity take these decarbonizing steps this year? The Lynas choice:
Heat domes, low-density campuses, and what we can do: two excellent readings.
Three big ed tech projects: cashing out or historic investments?
A leaked climate report and what it could mean for higher education:
Bryan Alexander Consulting, a status report and reflection after eight years of work:
On Thursday we explored an evolving Manifesto for Teaching Online with two of its authors.
Siân Bayne, Jen Ross, and the Forum community took us on a seminar-level trip.
Here's a summary, a recording, notes, questions, pointers, and more:
American higher education enrollment declined again this spring.
New data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, broken down and analyzed by me:
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