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Professors Incorporate Technology in the Classroom

February 8, 2017

By Marianys Marte Changing technology and its massive influence on our society has forced the collegiate world to change its methods of education for the up-and-coming generation. As a result, students at Fordham have called for college classr...

Editorial: LIU is a Warning to Mend Broken Channels of Communication

Editorial: LIU is a Warning to Mend Broken Channels of Communication

September 14, 2016

More than 400 professors locked out of a university on the first week of class. Health benefits cut, email accounts cancelled. Professors protesting with a giant inflatable rat outside campus as administrators...

Editorial: Drop the Presentation, Get to the Lecture

Editorial: Drop the Presentation, Get to the Lecture

October 28, 2015

With the advent of new technologies, nearly all levels of education, from grammar schools to college classrooms, have welcomed new modes of learning. Among them is active learning, which implements group...

Pointing Out the Problems with Powerpoint

Pointing Out the Problems with Powerpoint

March 4, 2015

By Kristen Santer The rise of technology has led teachers to lecture through the use of PowerPoint in classrooms, especially for courses that need to cover a lot of detail-orientated information. PowerPoint is ...

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