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BY TONY BATES | MAY 11 2020

The growth in both fully online and blended/hybrid learning is bound to accelerate – and both institutions and instructors had better prepare.

BY KOFI CAMPBELL | MAY 08 2020

It’s not for a lack of qualified individuals. We simply have to decide that it’s important enough that we actually do it.

BY MICHEL BOUCHARD, SÉBASTIEN MALETTE, GUILLAUME MARCOTTE & SIOMONN PULLA | MAY 04 2020

A group of scholars offer a rebuttal to a recent article exploring the notions of “self-Indigenization” and “race-shifting.”

BY SAMUEL E. TROSOW & LISA MACKLEM | APR 30 2020

Educational institutions have long been concerned about the risk of being sued for copyright infringement, and a mass movement online introduces new issues.

BY GUY FAULKNER | APR 27 2020

The survey’s creators hope to change how we address student health and well-being at Canada’s postsecondary institutions.

BY VESELIN JUNGIC | APR 21 2020

My underlying message to my students was to keep their educational goals as an anchor during these unexpected times.

BY LISA YOUNG | APR 10 2020

COVID-19 will still be very much with us at the start of the fall term, and we need to prepare.

BY KAREN ROBSON | APR 07 2020

With the pandemic upending their lives, many students are feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed.

BY JOHN BERGERON | MAR 26 2020

Research on coronaviruses and their enzymes informs responses to the pandemic.

BY ROBERT FURTADO | MAR 18 2020

Rather than dismissing the loneliness of online learning as inevitable, we need to work collectively across academia to continually improve student experiences for everyone.

BY XUEQING ZHANG | MAR 11 2020

These students are using what I call a “silent strategy” to build reputation, but this can backfire, leading to negative interpretations.

BY JOE SPARLING | MAR 09 2020

If you’re a postdoctoral fellow funded by the institution where you work, you’re an employee, full stop.

BY MEHRDAD HARIRI | FEB 24 2020

The tremendous talent that perished on that ill-fated airplane is difficult to imagine.

BY MICHAEL MINDZAK | FEB 17 2020

As AI-facilitated algorithmic writing improves, it poses tricky questions about authorship and what constitutes an “original” paper or assignment.

BY JOHANNE MEDNICK MYLES | FEB 11 2020

Taking an online course may be convenient, but as a fulfilling learning experience it fails us in several ways.

BY JOE HENRY | FEB 03 2020

As universities ramp up supports for students, those who aren’t in school face uneven access to care.

BY BENJAMIN MILLER | JAN 28 2020

In deciding what constitutes a campus club, student unions are called upon to set limits on shared resources while still respecting the procedural rights of all.

BY CHERYL FOY | JAN 17 2020

As we try to make sense of the senseless, we should derive comfort from the fact that universities are much-needed instruments of cultural and social connection.

BY SARAH ELAINE EATON | JAN 16 2020

Violations of academic integrity show Canada is not immune to academic misconduct — and more research is needed to effectively ensure academic quality.

BY ROBERT DANISCH | JAN 13 2020

For me, podcasting is a way to continue the conversation with my students and bring my research to unexpected new audiences.