Strategic investments are needed to support all stakeholders in the transition to research equity.
Rather than transmitting course content, in-person class time should be dedicated toward deep and transformative learning.
One thing we are hopeful about is that as a result of the pandemic, our pedagogy will have to become more flexible and dynamic.
Thanks to new technologies it’s never been easier to have an inclusive, hybrid classroom.
Redefining how university and institutional administrations see this vulnerable population of highly skilled workers is an important first step toward countering inequity and mending the gender gap in academia.
Educational development is an alt-ac career that leverages teaching experience and ‘enhances the work of colleges and universities, with a focus on teaching and learning.’
The higher education community must act as a guiding light as we return to more in-person activities.
December 23, 2021
Winter 2022 semesters will mostly start online across the countryBritish Columbia Most universities in British Columbia are planning on returning to in-person learning for the Winter 2022 semester. This comes after a...
The University of Ottawa’s report on academic freedom is only the latest in a long list of reports that miss the opportunity to bring the discussion to a higher level.
How a course on the science of learning evolved into the importance of mental health in academic skills development.
November 24, 2021
USask will bring back in-person lectures of 200 or more studentsThe University of Saskatchewan is announcing more in-person instruction for the winter team, according to the https://universityaffairs.ca/news/news-article/covid-19-updates-for-november-2021/
The way forward should be collaborative if we are to retain the students we recruit.
Making sure your program content is curated to your specific audience is key.
An expert on leadership in higher education explores the reasons women are less likely to be appointed president, and why so many have unfinished mandates.
Lessons learned from successful campus implementation efforts.
Universities need to offer more opportunities and resources to the 80 per cent of graduate students who will not end up as tenure track professors.