Keypath Education helps universities access the growing audience of working professionals with high-quality online programming.
Now is the time to refresh your approach to cybersecurity.
A flexible approach to teaching and learning – whether that’s onsite or remote – is now integral to delivering uninterrupted learning.
The connection between academic research and its practical applications hasn’t always been a clear path, but a unique program at Bishop’s University is giving students the knowledge and skills to put research into action.
Educational Credential Evaluators can help Canadian universities with international educational credential assessments.
Retired faculty and staff stay active in their communities and contribute to their institutions in many ways.
We have to accept that leadership must now be exercised in a very different environment.
MacEwan University’s Mitchell Art Gallery explores adult/child relationships and challenges itself – and others – to set new standards for accessibility.
Let 2019 be the year of women and leadership at your institution.
CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar uses “multimessenger” astronomy for new insights, while pushing for more diversified and inclusive viewpoints.
Universities are increasingly looking for ways to improve their operational efficiencies and make financial savings.
A comprehensive guide of the Portage Network.
Women considering leadership roles in higher education still often wonder if they are being treated differently based on their gender and question their suitability for a job. Although we have made progress, in many ways, leadership in higher administration is still a male-dominated world. That’s why the Centre for Higher Education Research and Development (CHERD) […]
Today’s colleges and universities demand accessible and reliable technology that supports organizational effectiveness and meets ever-expanding infrastructure needs for the future. At Epson, we have 40 years of experience developing breakthrough solutions that broaden learning experiences, promote collaboration, and serve students, faculty and staff. From lecture halls and event centres to libraries and administrative suites, […]
Universities have always been on the cutting edge of new technology, so I wasn’t surprised when my school’s IT department issued me a new 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Book. This innovative laptop/tablet hybrid is lightweight and portable at just 754 grams and offers professors the ability to seamlessly jump from lecture to office and then home. […]
Institutions, professors and students alike can take advantage of complete and integrated solutions that provide cost and productivity benefits.
It is important to identify your support network, set boundaries, and define success for yourself.
This series, sponsored by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, features notable humanities and social sciences researchers with smart ideas for a better tomorrow. This month, we speak with Miao Song, an affiliate assistant professor in Concordia University’s faculty of engineering and computer science. Miao Song has carved out what can only be […]
This series, which is sponsored by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, features notable researchers in humanities and social sciences with smart ideas for a better tomorrow. This month, we are speaking with Marie-Odile Junker, a linguistics professor at Carleton University. Upon arriving in Canada in 1985, Marie-Odile Junker was surprised that you could learn any foreign […]
This series sponsored by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences features notable humanities and social sciences researchers with smart ideas for a better tomorrow. This month, we spoke with Yoko Yoshida, associate professor in Dalhousie University’s Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology. After almost 20 years as a landed immigrant from Japan, Yoko Yoshida has extensive […]