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Today’s universities are under increasing public pressure to provide career preparation and support economic mobility. Learn how to create more opportunities for applied learning and help students translate between an academic transcript and a career-ready resume.
Many of today's internships amount to little more than coffee runs and grunt work that "pushes well beyond the definition of skill-building."
Standardized test scores don't always indicate a student's college readiness. This resource can help set expectations to ensure postsecondary success.
We asked students and recent graduates how their alternative break experiences shaped their academic and professional goals.
Learn four key lessons and ponder questions raised from the Presidential Experience Lab on what virtual reality might mean for higher ed.
One way for enrollment leaders to set online programs apart is through well-designed experiential learning components. Use these three tactics to create flexible experiential learning opportunities in your online programs.
To prepare students for careers and postgraduate studies it is important to align academic requirements with co-curricular opportunities. Discover the resources needed s to support the creation and deployment of experiential major maps.
Here you’ll find resources to support remote instruction across different types and sizes of courses, guidelines for maintaining equity and accessibility, and strategic frameworks to guide the next phases of online course development for summer and fall.
'I learned more in that week that I learned in the last four years,' says one student of his university's experiential learning program.
Growing public concern about the return on investment (ROI) associated with higher education has created pressure for both public and private institutions to assume greater responsibility for students’ post-graduation outcomes. Explore our report for 34 best practices to incorporate meaningful career exploration into the academic curriculum.