From setting passwords to cultivating patience, a mindful approach to virtual working, studying and socializing can make life online manageable.
Children need to learn how to manage their own accounts and passwords as an extension of their identity.
An enrollment specialist explains why colleges can or can't charge less for tuition amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has forced many to hold their classes online.
A new immigration rule may force some international students to leave the country.
Research shows few differences in academic outcomes between online and face-to-face university courses. A professor who's been teaching online for years offers advice on good online courses.
In a world beset by a global pandemic, colleges and universities may have to find a way for US students to study abroad without ever leaving American soil.
University instructors should have more leeway in using copyrighted materials during the coronavirus pandemic.
Just as office workers need to be aware of cyber risks when setting up a home office, parents need to think about the increased exposure their children will face to cyber threats at home.
Playing chess online offers a variety of ways for children to get good at the royal game, but it also comes with a few pitfalls. An expert in chess education provides some advice.
Organization is key for students to discover the motivation needed to complete their studies online at home, an expert on college coursework says.
How much data are you using when streaming lectures? What camera do you need? And what's a VPN? Here are some handy tips to be technologically prepared for your virtual university experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing people to study and work online. It's also sparked a need for news and information. That's a challenge for the 24 million Americans who lack broadband internet access.
An online education expert explains the challenges schools will face as they go virtual.
Educators in China and Australia are strengthening online learning systems to cope with travel restrictions. The effects could change the face of education.
Most students think they know how to use the internet to search for information, and teachers agree. But this isn't always the case.
While online education may seem like a convenient way to earn a degree in the comfort of your own home or office, an expert warns of pitfalls that can seriously set a student behind.
Throughout the nation, parents and students are pushing back against personalized learning. An expert on the different ways that students learn explains what's behind all the fuss.
Online students tend to be older, which might explain why new data suggest they're less likely to cheat. But even with these data, the evidence is mixed.
Artificial intelligence and automation are bringing changes to higher education that will challenge, and may even threaten, traditional universities.
For many universities, working with private edtech companies could be the only way of keeping pace with the changing world of education.