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Lively panel debates what lies ahead in this delicate dance.
What if the system really is in crisis? How will we even know?
If universities and colleges are pitted against each other, we all lose.
Researchers find “limited empirical support” for such programs.
The heads of Canada’s universities are rarely hired from outside academe.
Massive fee hike for students in England is a dramatic test for accessibility.
A short visit to the offices of the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
Elusive data from the U-15 published exclusively by University Affairs.
Overeducated, underemployed graduates are not the new normal, as CBC doc claims.
There are a number of plausible reasons.
Twelve deep thinkers on online learning, including two Canadians, sound off.
So argued former clerk of the Privy Council Alex Himelfarb and labour economist Jim Stanford at a recent conference.
Christopher Knapper imparts some of his wisdom from more than 30 years as an educational developer.
A guest post by Carleton University journalism student David Meffe.
Sudden departures and generational change mark the office of university president in Canada.
The spring protests in Quebec have raised the issue of how far student groups can go.
But Canada seems strangely immune – so far.
The perception that research trumps teaching may be partly due to ambiguous tenure policies.