News Roundup: ACUE and ACE announce landmark collaboration

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An in depth report about ACUE’s partnership with ACE and more stories that made headlines this week.

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ACUE in the News

Dynamic duo—ACE President Molly Broad and ACUE Board of Advisors Chairman Matthew Goldstein—tackle teacher development. (Politico)

ACUE can help teachers reach underprepared students. (The Atlantic)

ACUE and ACE announce joint project to dramatically expand the use of effective teaching practices. (Diverse Education)

Faculty in developmental education say underprepared students can benefit from ACUE’s program. (Hechinger Report)

ACUE’s Course helps faculty master the art of teaching. (Higher Education Today)

Weekly News in Brief (March 10)

Help students hone their writing processes by grading their effort and habits, says a professor from Lycoming College. (Faculty Focus)

Colleges are beginning to look at applicants’ Facebook friends and other social media ‘big data’ to determine how likely it is that a student will complete his or her degree. (Hechinger Report)

We must reach a new consensus on what a liberal arts education must encompass in the 21st century, a policy expert advocates. (The Week)

It’s time to move beyond a generic understanding of how active learning engages students, argues a professor emerita of teaching and learning. (Faculty Focus)

An entrepreneur predicts that higher education will move to the on-demand model, charging per skill or competency in the same way as new transportation offerings. (Medium)

Take a self-directed approach to improving your writing by emulating your favorite authors. (Chronicle Vitae)

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