These eight news apps are guaranteed to keep students informed about current events, making them more informed citizens.
Either I’m getting older or my students are getting younger because there are a lot of things I’ve experienced that the Class of 2018 never even heard of.
Guess what, professors, we’re not perfect. We annoy some students as much as others irritate us.
Professors have some pretty uniform complaints about students. Here are some of your professors’ pet peeves to avoid.
Professors who are vague about criteria for course success, those who refuse to give As and those who spit on students while lecturing really irritate students. What are things your professors do that really irritate you?
I’ll be in New Orleans later this week for the Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association’s National College Media Convention. Here are my tips for getting the most out of the conference. I hope to see you there!
Whether professors and students should interact on social media is a question that comes up at least once an academic year. I have written policies on this issue. What are yours? How did you make these decisions? How do you inform students?