Libraries play a crucial role in preserving texts, even controversial ones. They are responsible for teaching people how to evaluate the credibility and validity of information.
Nigeria’s lecturers’ strike raises fundamental questions about how Nigerian universities are run and funded.
Women’s studies programs should continue to be supported to ensure the fight for women’s rights are not reversed or forgotten.
Nigeria’s public university system has lost about 57 months to industrial action since 1999. This has implications for the future workforce.
Colleges must notify students when the school is placed on probation by its accrediting agency. Do students respond by staying away?
To understand how tuition waivers and associated supports can help former youth in care complete post-secondary education and positively affect their health, evidence-based practices are needed.
Public universities in Nigeria have been bedevilled by lecturers’ strikes for years. To break the cycle, the union insists the institutions should be adequately funded.
Different professors teach differently. If you’re a student with choices in a program, it makes sense to find out what you’re getting.
Academic freedom is increasingly caught up in partisan debates around freedom of speech. But the idea behind it is not only vital but shared across many other professions.
Recognizing and accrediting students’ prior learning and competencies is one way universities can tweak business-as-usual approaches.
Managing a chronic health condition can make the transition to post-secondary education more complex.
Research by geographers in Canada, the United States and Hong Kong identifies lessons for universities and colleges from the 2020 move to online learning.
There is a useful set of steps to follow to help the transfer of technological innovations to entrepreneurs who can put them into use.
Academic freedom has a positive effect on democracy, as measured by the quality of elections and executive accountability.
Year-round academic and extracurricular opportunities that encourage cultural exchange between international students, their peers and the wider society are important.
Proctoring software is a symptom of a bigger problem: universities see themselves as businesses and students as customers.
Universities can support mature students by addressing stigma and ageism, creating a sense of community and adapting programs to suit their multiple roles.
The transition to a new school year will be an important time for students to focus on strategies for fostering positive mental health and well-being, and recognizing signs that help may be needed.
Universities can draw on health research about patient/health-care practitioner shared decision-making to centre the voices of BIPOC students when creating policies and practices to dismantle racism.
Students in an international survey said they really missed chances to be together in person for campus-related activities, not only due to academic concerns.