Day: December 23, 2022

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Diversity and Inclusion in Education: Q&A with Edgar Meyer, I&D Advocate

Edgar Meyer, an advocate for I&D, was our guest as we discussed the importance of creating an environment that encourages diversity and inclusion in education. Find out more in our Q&A. What are your favourite ways to promote inclusive and diverse learning environments? There are many ways I love to promote inclusion in the classroom. […]

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Ditching Paywalls With Inclusive Access [SUCCESS STREAKY]

Reading Time: 1 Minute. The Inclusive Access model at Cengage combines the cost of course material directly through the campus bookstore, or other preferred transactions. It also delivers content directly through an institution’s Learning Management System or other preferred channels, so students can be ready from day one. To unlock certain features and textbook materials, […]

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Examining Dr. Liz Co’s Teaching Motivations and Philosophy

It is not easy to teach and learn anatomy and physiology. Dr. Elizabeth Co, a new author, shares her hopes and challenges–and how she overcomes them. What do you hope students take away from your A&P course? One thing ?!?! How can I choose one? I want them fluent in A&P. I want them learn […]

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Digital Tools Make Education Affordable [INFOGRAPHIC]

Reading Time: 1 minuteStudents shouldn’t have to choose between the education they want and the one they can afford. Cengage CEO Michael Hansen discusses in a new post how digital resources can help students save money and provide a more engaging learning environment. This Cengage infographic also examines the costs of higher education and shows […]

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Digital Learning Pulse Survey – Immediate Priorities – A Snapshot of Higher Ed’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic [INFOGRAPHIC]

Reading time: 1 min. Bay View Analytics conducted a survey in partnership with Cengage to examine the response of U.S. higher ed to COVID-19 and the industry’s immediate priorities following the pandemic. The survey was completed by more than 800 higher education faculty and administrators from over 600 U.S. institutions. The data showed that the […]

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