Browsing All posts tagged under »Higher Education«

Defining Academic Freedom in the USA

December 22, 2010


December 21, 2010 By Cary Nelson, Over the course of decades, a great many books, essays, and policies have been written and published about academic freedom. We have learned how to apply it to pedagogical, technological, cultural, and political realities that did not exist when the concept was first defined. Not only faculty members, […]

CDC Guidelines for Dealing with Swine Flu on University Campuses

September 2, 2009


The following link, Teaching the Quarantined, deals with the academic challenge of providing alternative methods of instruction in the event of an outbreak infecting large numbers of students. The focus is to allow sick students to remain at home or in their dorms without academic penalty. Please click here for  CDC Guidance for Responses […]