Liberal arts colleges look to fall 2020:
COVID-19 guts the middle: Matt Reed on higher ed, the economy, and the pandemic.
When will campuses end in-person instruction this fall? How about August or September?
Another campus announces a mixed fall term: the University of Michigan.
A public library system resumes some operations:
Towards fall 2020 in higher education: what an “in person semester” really means.
Harvard considers an online fall semester for undergraduates:
One example of climate change directly impacting higher education:
Looking ahead to fall 2020:
American higher education enrollment declined again – *before* the pandemic hit:
Some of my upcoming live video events for this summer:
Responding to Scott Galloway’s pandemic reflections:
Webinars that don’t suck – part 2.
Meanwhile, a demographic update:
Launching my new class on gaming, design, and education:
Two competing visions of fall higher education, plus a ghostly third:
Webinars that don’t suck – part 1:
Problems planning for a Post-Pandemic Campus this fall:
The first wave of pandemic cuts to colleges and universities: evidence.
My new book project begins: Universities on Fire.
Consulting futurist specializing in education and technology.
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