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BY VIVEK GOEL | July 06 2021

The pandemic has made the important work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, and of aggressively fighting resurgent racism at an institutional level, all the more urgent.

BY MICHELLE STACK | May 31 2021

Crises bring renewed interest in co-operatives.

BY CHELSEA MIYA, OLIVER ROSSIER & GEOFFREY ROCKWELL | May 28 2021

How the traditional conference format has been reimagined in the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns.

BY SASHA LAVOIE | May 11 2021

Simple, actionable changes to consider as we continue remote learning.

BY ERIC CHAMPAGNE & ARACELLY DENISE GRANJA | April 08 2021

The shift online demonstrated the convenience of distance learning and has convinced some learners, including workers and unemployed people, to study.

BY JOSEPHINE AUGER & JANELLE MARIE BAKER | March 29 2021

Indigenous people with experience guiding culturally safe talking circles in an online environment can work with students to nurture safe virtual spaces.

BY BILL FLANAGAN | March 26 2021

While the pandemic has caused massive upheavals, it has also forced universities to use technology to bring in much-needed change and innovations.

BY ALLISON MULLIN | February 02 2021

An instructor and student reflect on the importance of making courses more accessible for those with disabilities.

BY DERRICK E. RANCOURT | October 02 2020

Non-academic mentors, especially those familiar with the culture of academia, can offer empathy, validation and healthy perspectives.

BY KIM MYRICK, E. KEVIN KELLOWAY & KARA A. ARNOLD | August 20 2020

Distinguishing a unique sense of place within a common virtual space of online learning will require significant investment.

BY GERVAN FEARON | June 02 2020

As the U.S. burns, we should not be naïve about our own past and present that at times demands redress, reconciliation and progressive action, says Brock University president Gervan Fearon.

BY MARC SPOONER | May 27 2020

Universities’ funding can’t be judged against metrics such as student employment or salary outcomes over which universities have little control.

BY MEGAN FREDERICKSON | May 20 2020

Mothers are feeling the burn of having to both work and take on most parenting duties.

BY SAMUEL E. TROSOW & LISA MACKLEM | April 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 JEAN-NICOLAS REYT | April 13 2020

Remote work can be a difficult adjustment for teams accustomed to working in an office setting. Here are some tips.

BY JOHN BERGERON | March 26 2020

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

BY LAKSHMI MAGON | February 19 2020

Some mindfulness programs are trying to bring mindfulness to underserved communities and youth in crisis.

BY SARAH ELAINE EATON | January 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 LENIN CAVALCANTI GUERRA & KEN S. COATES | November 06 2019

Finances, academic performance and a sense of belonging may all be factors in whether or students finish their post-secondary studies.

BY ASHLEY ROSE MEHLENBACHER | October 08 2019

The internet has changed the way scientists communicate with their funders, the public and each other.