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14 Predictions for Higher Education in 2022

IT leaders, faculty and a student offer a variety of perspectives on the future for their campuses in the new year.

Free Resources to Help with Remote Learning in 2022

If you're looking for software and services to augment online and blended instruction, start here.

State College of Florida and Flatiron School Team Up to Offer Software Engineering Bootcamps

Flatiron School, which trains students in 21st-century skills with courses in software engineering, data science, cybersecurity, and product design, is partnering with State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota and its Coding Academy to launch several 24-week software engineering bootcamps for SCF students starting in early 2022.

Crowdsourced Document Tracks Institutions' COVID Strategies for 2022

With the Omicron variant spreading rapidly across the United States, colleges and universities face a familiar dilemma: Will COVID force a pivot to online when classes begin in the new year? A new project kicked off by futurist Bryan Alexander aims to crowdsource the answer to that question in a shared Google spreadsheet.

U Michigan Health to Tap Mixed Reality for Student Clinical Practice

The University of Michigan Health is co-developing a mixed-reality curriculum for medical students. The institution is working with GigXR to develop the XR Procedure Training Suite, a training application that uses holographic patients and mixed reality to help students develop manual and practical skills.

New U-M Classroom Building Emphasizes Active, Team-Based Learning

When classes resume for the Spring 2022 semester at the University of Michigan, a new Central Campus Classroom Building will welcome more than 10,000 students per day, the university said this week in a news release. The CCCB was designed specifically to support "active and team-based learning classrooms."

Greenville Technical College to Implement Full Anthology Suite

Anthology, a provider of higher education software to support the entire learner lifecycle, recently announced that Greenville Technical College has selected Anthology as the backbone of a campuswide systems overhaul and will implement the company's full suite of tools to better support student journeys and overall institutional effectiveness, according to a news release.

Solar-Powered Pods to Provide Self-Contained Study Spaces at U Alabama

The University of Alabama is rolling out a set of small, greenhouse-like structures where students can have private, socially distanced space for their studies or relaxation.

Nureva Intros Hyflex/Hybrid Classroom Solution

Audio conferencing company Nureva has launched a new classroom solution that integrates audio, video, device management and services.

OLC Working with Instructure to Enrich Teacher Training Resources, Expand Access to Equitable Digital Learning

The Online Learning Consortium has announced a multi-year partnership with Instructure to collaborate on research projects and work together through Instructure's Canvas learning management system to enrich teacher training resources and expand access to equitable digital learning.