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How to disinfect your news from the COVID19 infodemic

The misinformation is viral. Here are practical tips from the faculty at the University of Toronto to keep your newsfeed healthy.

'The pandemic has built the case for us and accelerated our plans of blended learning models'

RMIT Professor and smart systems expert, John Thangarajah, talks about online learning, cloud-based tools, and his vision of the future.

Australian universities fear severe financial difficulties if borders remain closed to international students

Australia is struggling to ensure that one of its biggest exports education, can continue to find buyers in the international market, even as it starts to assess the economic impact of the pandemic on its universities.

International students trying to reach the UK face several hurdles

The universities are keen to welcome students but there are no comprehensive solutions in place when it comes to reaching the UK.

Here's a closer look at the abrupt transition which is currently overwhelming students and faculty around the world

COVID19 has compelled a shift in education but has that solved the problem of access or exposed new ones?

Teaching as a craft has to be seriously reconceptualized

University of Missouri's Associate Professor of Sociology, Srirupa Prasad, weighs in how the pandemic is forcing academics to prioritize the mental health of students like never before.

Canada′s newest guidelines restrict international students from entering its borders

Amidst the slew of positive policies that Canada announced, this move has come as a surprise.

How COVID19 disrupted my life as a student at Babson College

What happens when your college suddenly shuts down due to a pandemic and you have to scramble to fly home? Hundreds of thousands of students have had that experience this year. We spoke to one of them about being in the eye of this storm.

France is keen to welcome back international students

As higher education destinations consider opening their doors to international students, France takes the lead.

Harvard and MIT sue Trump administration over US visa rules hostile to international students

Harvard President says the visa move's "cruelty is only surpassed by its recklessness."

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